Tom Jensen quoted in E&E News Article "Bush became a reluctant Western water reformer"

Tom Jensen, a natural resources and environmental law attorney in Holland & Hart’s Washington, D.C. office, was quoted in the E&E News December 3, 2018 article entitled, “Bush became a reluctant Western water reformer.” The article discusses how the late President George H.W. Bush seriously reformed California's sprawling federal water delivery system, in an enduring case study of political tactics and legislative pressure. By signing the Central Valley Project Improvement Act in 1992, Bush forever changed operations of the CVP's reservoirs, canals and pumping plants.

"Circumstances conspired to cast President Bush in the historic role of the Western Water Policy Reform President, whether he liked it or not," attorney Tom Jensen, former majority counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, said.

To read the full E&E News Dec. 3 article, click here.


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