This page provides information on legislation that has been introduced and falls under the jurisdiction of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.
Date Title
6/13/19 S. 1837--A bill to require the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to establish a discretionary grant program for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects, and for other purposes.
6/13/19 S. 1833--A bill to transfer a bridge over the Wabash River to the New Harmony River Bridge Authority and the New Harmony and Wabash River Bridge Authority, and for other purposes.
6/13/19 S. 1864--A bill to require transparency in reporting the greenhouse gas impacts of products procured by certain Federal agencies, and for other purposes.
6/13/19 S. 1871--A bill to amend title 23, United States Code, to compel States to require illuminated signs and other measures on ride-hailing vehicles, to require transportation network companies to implement an electronic access system on ride-hailing vehicles, to prohibit the sale of such signs, and for
6/12/19 S. 1812--A bill to authorize the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct research on wildfire smoke, and for other purposes.
6/12/19 S. 1811--A bill to make technical corrections to the America's Water Infrastructure Act of 2018, and for other purposes.
6/10/19 S. 1768--A bill to clarify that noncommercial species found entirely within the borders of a single State are not interstate commerce or subject to regulation under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 or any other provision of law enacted as an exercise of the power of Congress to regulate interstate
6/5/19 S. 1745--A bill to establish a cost of greenhouse gases for carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide to be used by Federal agencies, and for other purposes.
6/4/19 S. 1707-- A bill to direct the Secretary of Transportation to assist States to rehabilitate or replace certain bridges, and for other purposes.
6/4/19 S. 1709-- A bill to direct the Secretary of Transportation to establish a grant program to improve evacuation routes in rural communities, and for other purposes.