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News & Analysis In the Congress Volume 48, Issue 12

H.R. 302

which would amend the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to address rising costs of major disasters and help communities better prepare for major disasters, was passed by the Senate.

Infrastructure

H. Res. 1110

would express support for recognition of October 1, 2018, through October 7, 2018, as "Smart Cities Week" and support further research, development, and adoption of technology designed to improve efficiency, connectivity, sustainability, and mobility in transportation, infrastructure, and workforce opportunity in American cities and communities.

Infrastructure

H.R. 7024

would establish a federal standard in order to improve the nation's resilience to current and future flood risk.

Infrastructure

H.R. 7018

would impose enhanced penalties for conduct relating to unlawful production of a controlled substance on federal property or while intentionally trespassing on the property of another that causes environmental damage.

Toxic Substances (generally)

S. 3534

would redesignate the New River Gorge National River in the state of West Virginia as the "New River Gorge National Park."

Water (generally)

S. 3533

would amend the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act to designate certain river segments within the Wood-Pawcatuck watershed as components of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.

Water (generally)

H.R. 1109

which amends §203 of the Federal Power Act, was signed into law by President Trump on September 28, 2018.

Energy (generally)

H.R. 589

which establishes DOE policy for science and energy research and development programs, and reforms national laboratory management and technology transfer programs, was signed into law by President Trump on September 28, 2018.

Energy (generally)

S.97

which enables civilian research and development of advanced nuclear energy technologies by private and public institutions, and expands theoretical and practical knowledge of nuclear physics, chemistry, and materials science, was signed into law by President Trump on September 28, 2018.

Energy (generally)
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