Natural Resources and Infrastructure Standing Committee


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Natural Resources and Infrastructure Committee 2021 Spring Webinar Series

NCSL's Natural Resources and Infrastructure Committee is pleased to present its annual Spring Webinar Series. This year, the committee will host five webinars beginning April 29 and concluding June 24 with webinars on energy resilience, agriculture workforce challenges, distracted driving, outdoor recreation and energy security. 


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News From D.C.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee approved two fairly significant infrastructure bills: the Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America Act and the Water Quality Protection and Job Creation Act of 2021. Both are very likely to be part of a comprehensive infrastructure package the full House of Representatives is expected to take up later this month.

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Natural Resources and Infrastructure Standing Committee


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NCSL’s Standing Committees develop policy directives and resolutions, adopted by the conference, that serve to guide NCSL's advocacy before the federal government.


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NRI in D.C.

NCSL sent a letter regarding an amendment to the Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act of 2021, encouraging Congress to ensure that our members have the opportunity to weigh in, via normal order in an open and transparent process, on an issue that has the ability to affect state budgets and funding certainty


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Stay Informed

NRI's biweekly newsletter tracks transportation, energy, environment, and agriculture news across the federal government. For state energy news, check out NCSL's Plugged In.


Policy Positions, Resolutions