Senate Approves Matching Funding For Watercraft Inspection Stations To Protect Columbia River Basin

The U.S. Senate approved the Water Resources Development Act on Thursday, authorizing $9 billion in spending on 25 water development projects across the nation. The bill authorizes up to $20 million to be administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to match state spending for watercraft inspection stations protecting the Columbia River Basin, including those in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, from aquatic invasive species.

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