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52nd District Congressman Scott Peters called local housing, transportation and environmental leaders together today to announce proposed national legislation that address what “our” region is trying to do: Tie housing to ready access mass transit.
Rep. Scott Peters unveiled proposed federal legislation Tuesday that could simultaneously boost housing production and fight climate change by encouraging dense housing projects along new transit lines across the nation.
Rep. Scott Peters officially introduced a bill Tuesday that would require the federal government to prioritize housing development when awarding grants for new rapid transit projects.
The 2020 defense budget will the first one completely developed by President Donald Trump’s administration
Moderate congressional Democrats worried about the infeasibility of passing the kind of sweeping climate legislation their progressive counterparts are proposing, such as the Green New Deal, are la
Limited time on the congressional calendar will make it difficult to pass meaningful clean energy measures but expected legislation to extend tax credits for wind and solar energy could provide a vehicle for other clean energy initiatives, according to leading House members participating in a clean energy forum Tuesday.
Veterans’ advocates and housing experts described challenges and possible solutions for sheltering homeless veterans during a bipartisan congressional hearing in Oceanside Thursday.
Reps. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., and Scott Peters, D-Calif., introduced legislation Aug. 13 that aims to extend tax credits for investments in qualified renewable energy production, including closed-loop biomass, open-loop biomass, municipal solid waste, geothermal, qualified hydropower, and marine and hydrokinetic.