The New Mexico state legislature reaffirmed the rights of landowners to manage wading and fishing access to non-navigable streams on private lands. New Mexico landowners urged passage of the legislation following an opinion issued by a former New Mexico attorney general that ran counter to longstanding New Mexico rules and regulations. Sen. Richard Martinez and Rep. Paul Bandy sponsored the legislation. A broad coalition of landowners, guides, outfitters, and agricultural groups supported the bill, which now heads to Governor Susana Martinez for her signature.
New Mexico Passes Public Water and Landowner Protection Bill
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