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2018

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Critical Minerals
The legislative and executive branches are taking steps to decrease what President Trump calls a “strategic vulnerability” brought about by U.S. dependence on imports for certain non-fuel mineral commodities.

Posted 1/5/2018

Geosciences Action on the Hill
The geosciences have been getting attention on the Hill amidst a busy legislative calendar. Legislation regarding landslides, geologic mapping, geothermal energy development, and volcanoes move through a House Committee and the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program Reauthorization Act of 2017 (S. 1768), cleared the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on 13 December.

Posted 1/5/2018

Letters & Testimony

Raise the Caps
GSA joined 2,000 organizations in a letter to Congress to “ensure adequate funding for programs funded through annual appropriations, by continuing the bipartisan practice of providing relief from sequestration budget cuts and opposing any new efforts to cut these programs more deeply.”

GSA also signed a 6 Feb. letter urging Congress to raise the caps and “make investments in science and engineering research a top priority when allocating additional funding.”

Posted 2/6/2018

Statement Supporting the Completion of Appropriations for the Department of Energy Office of Science
GSA and other member organizations of the Energy Sciences Coalition (ESC) sent a letter that “encourages Congress to continue to make robust and sustained funding for the DOE Office of Science a priority.”

Posted 1/5/2018

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