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Adjudication Monitoring Committee, Arizona State Legislature

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The Adjudication Monitoring Committee is a standing committee of the Arizona Legislature.

Committees of the Arizona State Legislature are governed by the Arizona Revised Statutes. Committees may be chosen by each chamber's presiding officer or have specific members as outlined in the statutes.[1]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: Arizona Revised Statutes


This committee serves the following functions:[2]

  • monitor the progress of the Arizona general [stream] adjudications and the status of their funding;
  • conduct hearings and request information from the Director of the Department of Water Resources as deemed necessary to be apprised of adjudications; and
  • make recommendations for legislative action necessary for the efficient, prompt and just conclusion of the adjudications. The Committee shall meet and report at least annually.


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The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

Adjudication Monitoring Members, 2013
Democratic members (1)Republican members (1)
Leah Landrum-TaylorSteve Pierce


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