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This week, Margaret Edwards dives into a key player in how legislation makes it way to the floor of the...


Pine Knoll Shores is one of 25 communities getting help dealing with future floods thanks to a North Carolina Division of Coastal Management (DCM) program that is funding the planning and building of projects to protect local infrastructure....

source: Engineering News-Record

Construction on a 145-mile electricity transmission corridor in western Maine can continue while litigation proceeds over a 1-mile section that was leased by the state, a state Supreme Court justice ruled. Another judge previously...

source: The Associated Press

House Democrats will include a suspension of the U.S. debt ceiling in a spending bill needed to keep the government open past the end of this month, a risky move backed by President Joe Biden that assures a potentially damaging showdown with Republicans. The debt ceiling...

source: Bloomberg via Transport Topics

A self-taught electrical engineer transformed the video game world in the 1970s. Before Gerald "Jerry" Lawson helped invent the first video game console with interchangeable game cartridges, players were limited to a preset selection...

source: NPR

Several Bay Area electric workers traveled to Louisiana to help restore power to tens of thousands of people following Hurricane Ida. For two weeks, Joel Good and his team were assisting residents impacted by the hurricane. Nearly a million were left without power for days...

source: Bay News 9


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