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Waterway projects bill says reform, but critics see more federal overspending

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Despite a new, reform-minded title, this year's waterway infrastructure bill making its way through Congress is anything but reformed, says a group of fiscally conservative critics. The House on Wednesday will take up the the Water Resources Reform and Development Act, a measure that authorizes Army Corps of Engineer spending on the upkeep of the nation's inland waterways, including ports,...

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