Monthly Archives: November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving from CWC!

CWC would like to wish you all a healthy and happy Thanksgiving. And while you’re preparing your delicious array of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, or whatever your family traditions dictate, remember that without clean water and the water infrastructure CWC … Continue reading

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Congressional Leaders Seek to Thwart Waters of the U.S. Rule

Late last week, the Chairmen and ranking members of the Congressional Committees that oversee the federal government’s compliance with the Clean Water Act (CWA) issued noteworthy comments on a rule proposed in March by the EPA and Army Corps of … Continue reading

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Water Infrastructure Measures Pass in Several States

In last week’s elections, voters in several states approved initiatives to fund water infrastructure, continuing a positive trend for these measures in recent years. In addition to California’s Proposition 1, which we discussed in last week’s blog post, ballot measures … Continue reading

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California Passes $7.5 Billion Water Bond

Amid the myriad election outcome stories you’ll be hearing and reading about today, CWC doesn’t want you to miss one result that is especially important for the water infrastructure landscape: California voters yesterday approved a $7.5 billion injection of taxpayer … Continue reading

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