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From PBS' "Need to Know"
, February 25, 2011:

In any debate over federal spending priorities, the underlying argument is over policy.  For example, defunding Planned Parenthood is a way to further limit abortion. If you defund environmental legislation, you’ve effectively crippled the government’s response to climate change. And that’s what’s going on in the Republican-controlled House. The Republican majority is seeking to block the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases, cutting the EPA’s budget by $3 billion, and they’ve proposed defunding the White House Office of Energy and Climate policy.

Many of these lawmakers do not believe climate change is endangering our future, if they believe in climate change at all. But for those who want proof that sea levels are rising as the planet warms, they need to look no farther than Norfolk, Virginia. In cooperation with The New York Times, Need to Know’s William Brangham reports.

The next meeting of the Hampton Comprehensive Waterway Management Plan Steering Committee will take place on Tuesday, December 14th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Hampton City Council Chambers, located on the eighth floor of City Hall, 22 Lincoln Street in Hampton. The location of the meeting was originally intended to be the Hampton Roads Convention Center, however the facility was unavailable that evening.

This meeting is a working session for the Steering Committee to allow it to get organized, review the committee operating agreement and discuss upcoming Speaker Series and Listening Sessions.

The meeting is open to the public and the agenda includes time for observers to make comments and ask questions. Additional opportunities for public input, both in person and online are planned in the near future. Please keep checking back on the Hampton Engages website, for additional information.

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The elected leaders of Hampton have called for a project that invites the citizens of Hampton to work together to identify public concerns, potential policies, community priorities and funding for a comprehensive plan for waterway management.

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