In State of the State speeches, governors emphasize pollution cleanup, collaboration, and funding. State of the State speeches are where governors sketch their legislative priorities and report on the overall health of their dominions. The state of the state is almost always “strong” and water issues are occasionally mentioned. Below are summaries of the governors’ references to water, climate, and the environment. This post will be updated throughout speech season, which concludes on March 12 with Gov. John Bel Edwards of Louisiana.
Source: Brett Walton