Water Resources Reform: What It Means for Families, Taxpayers
What does a reform bill like the Water Resources Reform & Development Act (WRRDA) actually mean for American families and small businesses? Watch this video with Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA), which shows how improving the way our nation builds and maintains vital ports and waterways is good for taxpayers, good for families, and good for our economy.
WRRDA cuts red tape and bureaucracy, and creates a new, transparent review process for future projects with strong Congressional oversight. And as Chairman Shuster points out, “the bill contains no earmarks” – a reflection of our commitment to root out waste and improve accountability for taxpayers.
“In short, it reforms the way our government does business,” says Shuster.