- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 20, 2014

On Tuesday, the House passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act, which authorizes 34 water projects across the country. The Senate is expected to consider the bill later this week. A list of each of the projects, and the federal funds authorized for each:

Navigation projects:

- Sabine Neches Waterway, Texas and Louisiana, more than $748 million

- Jacksonville Harbor- milepoint, Jacksonville, Florida, more than $27.8 million

- Savannah Harbor, Savannah, Georgia, $492 million

- Freeport Harbor, Freeport, Texas, $121 million

- Canaveral Harbor, Cape Canaveral, Florida, more than $29.2 million

- Boston Harbor, Boston, Massachusetts, more than $216.4 million

- Lake Worth Inlet, Palm Beach County, Florida, more than $57.5 million

- Jacksonville Harbor, Jacksonville Florida, $362 million

Flood risk management projects:

-Topeka, Kansas, more than $17.3 million

- Natomas Basin, California, more than $760.6 million

- Cedar Rapids, Iowa, more than $73.1 million

- Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota, $846.7 million

- Ohio River Shoreline, Paducah, Kentucky, more than $13.1 million

- Springfield, Missouri, more than $13.5 million

- San Joaquin River basin, California, more than $23.6 million

- Sutter Basin, California, more than $255.2 million

- Truckee Meadows, Nevada, more than $181.6 million

Hurricane and storm damage risk reduction projects:

- West Onslow Beach and New River Inlet, North Carolina more than $99 million

- Surf City and North Topsail Beach, North Carolina, more than $206 million

- San Clemente shoreline, California, more than $51 million

- Walton County, Florida, more than $42 million

- Morganza to the Gulf, Louisiana, more than $6.6 billion

Hurricane and storm damage risk reduction and environmental restoration projects:

- Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program, Hannock, Harrison and Jackson County, Mississippi, more than $693.3 million

Environmental Restoration:

- Mid-Chesapeake Bay Island, Maryland, more than $1.2 billion

- Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Caloosahatchee River, Florida, more than $313.3 million

-Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Canal Western Project, Florida, more than $87.2 million

- Louisiana Coastal Area, Louisiana, more than $1 billion

- Marsh Lake, Minnesota, more than $6.7 million

- Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetland, Florida, more than $98.5 million

- Broward County Water Preserve Area, Florida, more than $448 million

- Barataria Basin Barrier, Louisiana, more than $321.7 million

- Neuse River Basin, North Carolina, more than $23.8 million

- Lynhaven River, Virginia, more than $22.8 million

- Willamette River Floodplain restoration, Oregon, more than $27.4 million

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