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This bill designates the U.S. courthouse at 300 South Fourth Street in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as the "Diana E. Murphy United States Courthouse."

Policy Area

Water Resources Development

Legislative Terms

  • administrative law and regulatory procedures
  • advanced technology and technological innovations
  • alabama
  • alaska
  • alternative and renewable resources
  • aquatic ecology
  • arizona
  • arkansas
  • army corps of engineers
  • atmospheric science and weather
  • buy american requirements
  • california
  • child care and development
  • child health
  • congressional oversight
  • congressional tributes
  • connecticut
  • consumer affairs
  • dams and canals
  • department of defense
  • disaster relief and insurance
  • education programs funding
  • educational facilities and institutions
  • electric power generation and transmission
  • elementary and secondary education
  • emergency planning and evacuation
  • energy
  • environmental protection agency (epa)
  • environmental assessment, monitoring, research
  • environmental regulatory procedures
  • environmental technology
  • everglades
  • executive agency funding and structure
  • federal energy regulatory commission (ferc)
  • floods and storm protection
  • florida
  • government buildings, facilities, and property
  • government information and archives
  • government lending and loan guarantees
  • government studies and investigations
  • government trust funds
  • hazardous wastes and toxic substances
  • higher education
  • hydrology and hydrography
  • illinois
  • indian lands and resources rights
  • infrastructure development
  • intergovernmental relations
  • iowa
  • kansas
  • kentucky
  • labor standards
  • lakes and rivers
  • licensing and registrations
  • long island sound
  • louisiana
  • maine
  • marine and coastal resources, fisheries
  • marine and inland water transportation
  • massachusetts
  • metals
  • minnesota
  • mississippi river
  • missouri
  • missouri river
  • natural disasters
  • navigation, waterways, harbors
  • new hampshire
  • new jersey
  • new york city
  • new york state
  • north dakota
  • oregon
  • poverty and welfare assistance
  • public contracts and procurement
  • public utilities and utility rates
  • public-private cooperation
  • research administration and funding
  • rhode island
  • seashores and lakeshores
  • solid waste and recycling
  • state and local finance
  • state and local government operations
  • teaching, teachers, curricula
  • technology assessment
  • tennessee
  • texas
  • urban and suburban affairs and development
  • user charges and fees
  • vermont
  • virginia
  • wages and earnings
  • washington state
  • water quality
  • water resources funding
  • water storage
  • water use and supply
  • watersheds
  • wisconsin
  • wyoming