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Signs of bipartisan progress on climate change

August 16, 2017

The House Climate Solutions Caucus was created in 2016 by Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo and Democratic Rep.Ted Deutch. Both represent Florida. From the beginning, the Congressmen decided that membership in the caucus would come in pairs — one Republican and one Democrat at a time. Their aim is to create a bipartisan group to engage in constructive dialogue to propose climate solutions ( ...

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Feds award money to boost quake warnings

August 16, 2017

SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded $4.9 million to six universities and a nonprofit to help advance an early warning system for earthquakes along the West Coast. U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell and U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer of Washington state pushed for funding, saying such the early warning system is critical.  ...

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Highway 3 widening in Belfair now complete

August 16, 2017

BELFAIR — After two years of dust, dips and delays, smooth, wide blacktop bisects Belfair. Ceccanti, Inc., began construction on the $26.5 million project in July 2015. Over the past 25 months, the Tacoma company extended the center turn lane all the way through town and added paved shoulders and sidewalks on both sides. The North Mason community will celebrate the completion of the Highway 3 widening project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony 10 a.m. Thursday at Kitsap Ba ...

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Signs of bipartisan progress on climate change

August 16, 2017

The House Climate Solutions Caucus was created in 2016 by Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo and Democratic Rep.Ted Deutch. Both represent Florida. From the beginning, the Congressmen decided that membership in the caucus would come in pairs — one Republican and one Democrat at a time. Their aim is to create a bipartisan group to engage in constructive dialogue to propose climate solutions ( ...

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Feds award money to boost quake warnings

August 16, 2017

SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded $4.9 million to six universities and a nonprofit to help advance an early warning system for earthquakes along the West Coast. U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell and U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer of Washington state pushed for funding, saying such the early warning system is critical.  ...

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Highway 3 widening in Belfair now complete

August 16, 2017

BELFAIR — After two years of dust, dips and delays, smooth, wide blacktop bisects Belfair. Ceccanti, Inc., began construction on the $26.5 million project in July 2015. Over the past 25 months, the Tacoma company extended the center turn lane all the way through town and added paved shoulders and sidewalks on both sides. The North Mason community will celebrate the completion of the Highway 3 widening project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony 10 a.m. Thursday at Kitsap Ba ...

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Protecting our National Parks for Future Generations

June 05, 2017

Our national park system faces a good problem. Record numbers of families, campers, and adventurers are spending time each year exploring these iconic landscapes. That’s put a strain on many of the roads visitors drive on, the centers that provide history and the trails themselves. I’ve put together a bipartisan plan for making sure our national parks remain well maintained for the next 100 years. This is personal for me because of where I was born.   ...

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Helping Students Achieve Success without Breaking the Bank

May 19, 2017

Our national park system faces a good problem. Record numbers of families, campers, and adventurers are spending time each year exploring these iconic landscapes. That’s put a strain on many of the roads visitors drive on, the centers that provide history and the trails themselves. I’ve put together a bipartisan plan for making sure our national parks remain well maintained for the next 100 years. This is personal for me because of where I was born.   ...

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Staying Accountable: 2016 By the Numbers

March 21, 2017

Our national park system faces a good problem. Record numbers of families, campers, and adventurers are spending time each year exploring these iconic landscapes. That’s put a strain on many of the roads visitors drive on, the centers that provide history and the trails themselves. I’ve put together a bipartisan plan for making sure our national parks remain well maintained for the next 100 years. This is personal for me because of where I was born.   ...

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