Monthly Archives: March 2016

Ohio’s 14th District: Federal Funds Needed to Combat Serious Contamination Threats

Ohio’s 14th District, in the northeast corner of the State and covering Ashtabular, Lake, Geauga, eastern Cuyahoga, northern Trumbull, northern Portage and northeaster Summit Counties, faces a variety of threats to its clean water supply. As is true of the … Continue reading

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West Virginia’s 3rd District: Federal Help Needed to Help Face Dire Threat of Contaminated Water

Residents of West Virginia’s 3rd District, in the southern part of the State and represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee member Evan Jenkins, face as dire a health threat from contaminated water as exists nearly anywhere else in the country.    … Continue reading

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Minnesota’s 4th District:  Federal Funds Desperately Needed to Replace Aging Water Systems

Minnesota’s 4th Congressional district, represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee Ranking Member Betty McCollum and covering Ramsey and Washington counties in the eastern part of the State, includes its share of both small rural towns and sizable cities, … Continue reading

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California’s 42nd District:  Federal Funds Are Needed Now to Address Water Infrastructure Neglect and Drought Conditions

California has never been more desperate for federal funds to build water infrastructure, and the State’s 42nd district, represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee Chairman Ken Calvert, is no exception. Located in southern California and including parts of western Riverside … Continue reading

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CWC, Armed with CRS report, Takes on Water Infrastructure Financing  

On February 18th, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) released a report discussing six policy options for addressing the financing needs of local wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. These policy options are intended to reverse the growing gap between available … Continue reading

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