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Washington Update

"Vote" sign pointing to polling place
UCAR provides a rundown of pertinent results from the November 8 elections and related information relevant to the atmospheric and Earth system science community.
Predicting Water Resource & Hazard Risks - map shows NWS River Forecast Centers
This briefing outlines how U.S. academic and research organizations; federal, state, and local agencies; and private industry are working together to address society's needs for better water prediction tools.
West front of the U.S. Capitol
The quiet August 2016 congressional recess is giving way to a period of fiscal uncertainty and high-spirited spending debates. Here is a look at where spending and other legislation important to the atmospheric and Earth system science community currently stands.
Seal of the U.S. Congress
Congress has been developing legislation that would reauthorize science and engineering research at NSF, research and technology development at the Commerce Department’s National Institute for Standards and Technology, weather research and operations at NOAA, and the space program at NASA.

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We bring science to bear on the policy and legislative issues of the day, focusing on key investment priorities critical to our nation and planet, and advocating for science-based weather, climate and research policies.  more >

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