State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA)
For the past 75 years the Colorado River Board of California has been charged with:
— Maintaining or increasing the quantity of California’s Colorado River water resources.
— Representing California in discussions among the Colorado River Basin States, Indian Tribes, the federal government and others in implementing joint cooperative programs to protect California’s use of Colorado River water and to address environmental and endangered species issues.
— Addressing issues relating to the 1944 U.S.-Mexico Water Treaty through cooperative efforts with the U.S. International Boundary and Water Commission and other states.