Congress overrides veto of water bill
November 13, 2007

Both the US House and Senate voted overwhelmingly to override the President's veto of the $23 billion Water Resources Development Act of 2007, which will fund about 900 projects across the country. Critics say the bill contained too much pork-barrel spending, but it's also quite evident that the country as a whole has been under-investing in its water infrastructure for decades, and the Presidential candidates are saying very little about the issue.

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last revised November 2007