Lawmakers Work To Avert Another Shutdown Lawmakers Work To Avert Another Shutdown
Lawmakers Work To Avert Another Shutdown

Washington, D.C.—With the longest government shutdown in history over, attention turned to 17 lawmakers charged with coming up with a compromise on border security and preventing another funding lapse. The… Read More

At a September 12 event in Washington, D.C., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Department of the Army Assistant Secretary for Civil Works R.D. James announced that the… Read More

The recently passed Vessel Incidental Discharge Act (VIDA) requires the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to promulgate federal standards of performance for marine pollution control devices and best management practices, and… Read More

Have you lost track of the debates surrounding what used to be called WOTUS, shorthand for “waters of the U.S.”? That may be because of how the media changed their… Read More

Washington, D.C.—The National Maritime Center (NMC) announced several actions to mitigate the impact on mariners of the partial government shutdown. Merchant Mariner Credentials (MMC) (National Endorsements only) and Medical Certificates… Read More

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