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Topic - Bill Shuster
The future of driving may coincide with the end of driving. A car that drives itself came to the Capitol Hill Tuesday to take members of Congress for a ride as they decide on the future of transportation.
The House passed the closest thing so far this year to an infrastructure bill - a $12 billion-plus bipartisan measure authorizing 34 water projects, ranging from flood protection in California and North Dakota to deepening the Port of Savannah and widening a Texas-Louisiana waterway that services the oil industry.
A well-known name in state politics faced off in a debate Friday with two political newcomers who portrayed him as personifying big government and spending in Washington.
The chairman of the House transportation committee said Thursday he wants to make sure a federal roadside survey on drinking and drugged driving is being conducted appropriately after motorists complained about being forced off the road and asked to provide breath, blood and saliva samples.
Allowing airline passengers to make cellphone calls in-flight is asking for trouble, lawmakers said Tuesday as a House panel approved a bill to ban such calls.
Art Halvorson, a 29-year active duty veteran of the Coast Guard, says he's planning to challenge U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, for the Republican nomination in Pennsylvania's 9th Congressional District.
The House overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan public works bill Wednesday focused on water infrastructure projects, but the parties split over how to handle the $60 billion backlog of Army Corps of Engineers water projects that have already been approved but not yet funded.
Flight delays have plagued some travelers around the nation due to air traffic controller furloughs by the Federal Aviation Administration as a result of the sequestration budget cuts.
Twelve years after his father gave up the gavel of the House transportation committee shortly before resigning from Congress, his son, Rep. Bill Shuster, will take command of the influential panel in January.
While the three Republican candidates for the 9th Congressional District - incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, Art Halvorson and Travis Schooley - seemed to agree on many cornerstone GOP platform issues, they openly argued when it came to the party's record and Shuster's 13 years in Congress.
"I'm proud of the record I've established as a proven conservative," Shuster said in his opening statement. "Actions speak louder than words."