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Indiana Passes Surety Bonding Bill for P3 Projects

Bill Provides Additional Protections for Workers, Local Businesses and Taxpayer Money Washington, D.C. (April 9, 2019) – Indiana HB 1374, sponsored by Indiana State Rep. Matt Lehman, headed to Governor Holkom’s desk for signature on April 8. The bill amends all three of the state’s public-private partnership (P3) laws to require a 100 percent payment…

Corridor Messaging and Milestones Growing

(March 26, 2019) – This March Newsletter focuses on the messaging that is being shared by elected officials about the economic importance of the Ports-to-Plains Corridor. U.S. Representative Jodey Arrington (TX-Lubbock) provided a clear description to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means about the economic value to the rest of the…

Local Elected Officials Across State Send Letters Supporting Senate Bill 181

(March 26, 2019) – Colorado State Capitol- County and municipal elected officials across the state sent letters this month to the Colorado legislature in support of Senate Bill 181, which requires the state’s oil and gas regulatory board to prioritize public health and safety, and gives local governments more authority over development within their communities.…

WORLD WATER DAY: 120WaterAudit Takes Prize in Global Water Accelerator

120WaterAudit chosen from 13 companies from five countries INDIANAPOLIS (March 22, 2019) – The global spotlight is on Zionsville-based 120WaterAudit today as it closes out Water Innovation Week in San Francisco and takes one of the water industry’s most prestigious titles as World Water Day kicks off. Imagine H20, a global accelerator program that empowers…

Daycare Facilities at Higher Risk of Lead Contamination

SAN FRANCISCO (March 18, 2019) – More than 360,000 regulated child daycare facilities across the United States are at potential risk of serving up lead-tainted water to toddlers and young school-age children attending those facilities, according to a nationwide cost analysis report released today as the ImagineH2O conference kicked off in San Francisco. The report…

Denver Weathers The 2019 Blizzard

Denver (March 13, 2019) ⎯ As significant snowfall ends and strong winds continue, the City and County of Denver continues working to keep residents safe. After being out all day, snow plow crews are still hard at work, clearing snow from roads and dropping de-icer as needed. They will continue to clear roadways throughout the…

Columbine Student, National Champion Headed To New Zealand To Take Title

Littleton, Colo. (March 12, 2019) – Samantha Soriano is a quiet triumph for the town of Littleton, Colorado. By day, she passes as a high-school senior, maintaining a 4.5 grade-point average, practicing piano, and eating too much gummy candy. But when she’s off the school clock, she’s a badass on the women’s national downhill bike…

WA Clark County Public Health Mislabels Facts as Misinformation

Clark County, WA — (March 4, 2019) – On February 27, 2019, Alan Melnick, MD, director and health officer of Clark County, WA released information online regarding “Public Health measles response.” The information included a page about “Immunization misinformation” along with public comments from the Clark County Health Department FaceBook page that counter Dr. Melnicks’s…