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Water Resource Issues in the 113th Congress

The 113th Congress may consider measures similar to those left pending in the 112th Congress (e.g., a farm bill, a WRDA, hydropower development, and water research legislation), as well as other proposals. Because of current water conditions, disasters, or legal or agency developments, certain basin issues are particularly likely to receive congressional attention (e.g., operation of federal reservoirs in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river basin, Sacramento and San Joaquin river basins (Central Valley Project), and Missouri River Basin). Other related legislation may include the energy-water nexus and environmental policy. This report discusses recent congressional activity and possible topics for the 113th Congress. It provides an overview of the federal role in water resources development, management, and protection, including a discussion of the two major federal water resources agencies and related legislation. It also discusses overarching policy issues, such as flood and drought management and response; project funding and authorization priorities; and aquatic ecosystem restoration.

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1 R42947.pdf Jan 31, 2013 R42947 11 $19.95 ADD TO CART

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Water Resource Issues in the 113th Congress: Second Session  [Order No: R42947  Release Date: Jan 29,2014  Pages: 12]

Water Resource Issues in the 113th Congress  [Order No: R42947  Release Date: Jan 31,2013  Pages: 11]