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NCSL Natural Resources and Infrastructure Committee Newsletters

Newspaper Each month, NCSL brings you five newsletters with the latest on issues under the jurisdiction of NCSL's Natural Resources and Infrastructure Committee. These newsletters include news stories, legislation, events, resources and more from federal and state agencies, legislatures, the federal administration and other policy stakeholders.

 

Staff Contacts: Ben Husch, Committee Director, 202-624-7779; Melanie Condon, Policy Associate, 202-624-3597
 

Energy and Agriculture Update

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 LATEST ISSUE:

pdfMarch Edition - Volume 3, Issue 2

 

WHAT'S INSIDE?

  • EPA releases proposed "waters of the U.S." rule
  • FERC orders standards for physical security protections at electrical utlities
  • USDA announces timeline for Farm Bill programs enforcement
  • President Obama signs emergency propane delivery bill into law
  • AND MORE!

Past Issues

2014

2013

2012

Environment Update

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LATEST ISSUE                                   

pdfMarch Edition - Volume 3, Issue 2

 

WHAT'S INSIDE?

  • DOI announces $1.1 billion in excise taxes to go to state wildlife agencies
  • Bipartisan bill to pay state's back for National Parks operations during the governmnet shutdown introduced in the Senate
  • NCSL opposes preemption clauses in new toxic chemical regulation reform bill
  • EPA updates agriculture worker's standards for pesticide protections
  • AND MORE!

 

Past Issues
2014
 

2013

2012

Transportation Federal Update

cargo trainIntroducing the new NRI Committee Newsletter - a monthly federal update of transportation related bills, regulations, and news from the U.S. Congress, the Department of Transportation, the White House and more!

 

Latest Issue

pdfMarch Edition - Volume 2, Issue 3

 

WHAT'S INSIDE?:

  • Senator Boxer comments on new MAP-21 reauthorization plans
  • Conference on Water Resources Development Act reauthorization close to final agreement
  • DOT suspects Highway Trust Fund may fall below $4 billion by mid-July
  • NCSL President Bruce Starr discuss transportation funding with U.S. Congress and DOT
  • AND MORE!
Past Issues
 
2014

2013

Transport Report

carThe TRANSPORT REPORT  is a periodic newsletter produced by NCSL’s Transportation Programs. The newsletter focuses on state and federal transportation news, trends and analysis. For more information or to be added to the distribution list, contact Jaime Rall or call (303) 856-1417.

 

Plugged In

plantThe NCSL Energy Program publishes Plugged In, a monthly newsletter highlighting key state and federal legislation and developments impacting energy policy. For questions regarding the newsletter or to be added to the distribution list, please contact Kristy Hartman or call (303) 856-1509.

Go to Plugged In page

 

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