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  • Environmental Group Publishes New Listings of PFAS-Contaminated Military Sites

    Environmental Group Publishes New Listings of PFAS-Contaminated Military Sites

    An environmental advocacy group has listed 58 more military sites where harmful levels of PFAS contaminants have been detected in groundwater or drinking water sources, Military Times reported. The list published by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) includes installations ranging from Elmendorf Air Force Base and Fort Richardson in Alaska, to Fort Eustice, Va., and

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  • House Passes its Fiscal 2020 NDAA Legislation, Republicans Vote En Bloc to Oppose

    House Passes its Fiscal 2020 NDAA Legislation, Republicans Vote En Bloc to Oppose

    The Democrat-led House advanced its $733 billion version of the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, the House Armed Services Committee announced in a press release Friday. The mandatory annual defense policy bill, which is usually a bipartisan legislative measure, passed 220-197 with no Republicans supporting it. In the past, the House NDAA has traditionally

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  • White House Cites PFAS Provisions in Veto Threat of House FY 2020 NDAA

    White House Cites PFAS Provisions in Veto Threat of House FY 2020 NDAA

    The White House has threatened to veto the House version of the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act in part due to PFAS regulation provisions the chamber decided to allow for consideration on the annual defense policy bill, Stars and Stripes reported. A White House statement issued last week listed several dozen amendments to the

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  • In Our Communities

    In Our Communities

    Macomb County, Mich., received $266,228 in federal grant funding for a new joint land use study focused on the Selfridge Air National Guard base in Harrison Township and its neighboring communities, The Macomb Daily reported. The DOD Office of Economic Adjustment grant allows the county to engage the base and local municipalities in developing guidelines

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