Monthly Archives: April 2016

Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District:  Federal Funds Needed for Repair and Replacement of Aging Water Systems

Idaho’s 2nd District, in the eastern portion of the State and covering most of Boise, is represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee Vice Chair Mike Simpson. This area suffers from the water infrastructure problems common throughout Western States; … Continue reading

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Utah’s 2nd Congressional District:  Aging Water Infrastructure and Growing Population Demand Federal Funds

Utah’s 2nd Congressional District serves Salt Lake City and the largely rural western and southern portions of the State, and is represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee member Chris Stewart.   Salt Lake City has experienced its share of the problems that the … Continue reading

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Oklahoma’s 4th District:  Federal Funding Needed to Ensure Safe Water Supply

Oklahoma’s 4th Congressional District, represented by House Appropriations Interior and Environment Subcommittee member Tom Cole and located in the south-central part of the State, is fighting to maintain aging local water systems that have historically relied on state and Federal … Continue reading

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