Coalition to Congress: Oppose the "Reform-less" Water Resources Reform and Development Act

October 22, 2013 J

As early as tomorrow, the House of Representatives is scheduled to consider the Water Resources Reform Development Act, WRRDA, (H.R. 3080) on the floor. There are a number of conservative concerns to this giant spending bill, which authorizes myriad Army Corps of Engineers waterway projects, including harbor maintenance, dredging, flood control and other infrastructure construction and repairs. According to the Congressional Budget Office, this legislation would cost about $8.3 billion, if enacted.

Americans for Prosperity is proud to join a coalition of organizations in opposition to the “Reform-less” Water Resources Reform and Development Act. Led by Taxpayers for Common Sense, today the coalition sent the following letter to the House of Representatives:

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