H.R.3080

One Hundred Thirteenth Congress

of the

United States of America

AT THE SECOND SESSION

Begun and held at the City of Washington on Friday,

the third day of January, two thousand and fourteen

An Act

To provide for improvements to the rivers and harbors of the United States, to provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources, and for other purposes.

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

TITLE I--PROGRAM REFORMS AND STREAMLINING

TITLE II--NAVIGATION

Subtitle A--Inland Waterways

Subtitle B--Port and Harbor Maintenance

TITLE III--SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDRESSING EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

Subtitle A--Dam Safety

Subtitle B--Levee Safety

Subtitle C--Additional Safety Improvements and Risk Reduction Measures

TITLE IV--RIVER BASINS AND COASTAL AREAS

TITLE V--WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING

Subtitle A--State Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds

Subtitle B--General Provisions

Subtitle C--Innovative Financing Pilot Projects

TITLE VI--DEAUTHORIZATION AND BACKLOG PREVENTION

TITLE VII--WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE

SEC. 2. DEFINITION OF SECRETARY.

TITLE I--PROGRAM REFORMS AND STREAMLINING

SEC. 1001. VERTICAL INTEGRATION AND ACCELERATION OF STUDIES.

SEC. 1002. CONSOLIDATION OF STUDIES.

SEC. 1003. EXPEDITED COMPLETION OF REPORTS.

SEC. 1004. REMOVAL OF DUPLICATIVE ANALYSES.

SEC. 1005. PROJECT ACCELERATION.

‘SEC. 2045. PROJECT ACCELERATION.

‘(aa) the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.);

‘(bb) any regulation implementing that Act; and

‘(cc) any other applicable Federal law; and

SEC. 1006. EXPEDITING THE EVALUATION AND PROCESSING OF PERMITS.

SEC. 1007. EXPEDITING APPROVAL OF MODIFICATIONS AND ALTERATIONS OF PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

SEC. 1008. EXPEDITING HYDROPOWER AT CORPS OF ENGINEERS FACILITIES.

SEC. 1009. ENHANCED USE OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN FEDERAL PROCUREMENT.

SEC. 1010. DETERMINATION OF PROJECT COMPLETION.

SEC. 1011. PRIORITIZATION.

SEC. 1012. TRANSPARENCY IN ACCOUNTING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.

SEC. 1013. EVALUATION OF PROJECT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS.

SEC. 1014. STUDY AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

‘SEC. 203. STUDY OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

‘SEC. 204. CONSTRUCTION OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

SEC. 1015. CONTRIBUTIONS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

SEC. 1016. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF CERTAIN PROJECTS.

SEC. 1017. ACCEPTANCE OF CONTRIBUTED FUNDS TO INCREASE LOCK OPERATIONS.

SEC. 1018. CREDIT FOR IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS.

‘(ii) AUTHORIZATION AS ADDITION TO OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS- The authority of the Secretary to provide credit for in-kind contributions pursuant to this paragraph shall be in addition to any other authorization to provide credit for in-kind contributions and shall not be construed as a limitation on such other authorization. The Secretary shall apply the provisions of this paragraph, in lieu of provisions under other crediting authority, only if so requested by the non-Federal interest.’.

SEC. 1019. CLARIFICATION OF IN-KIND CREDIT AUTHORITY.

SEC. 1020. TRANSFER OF EXCESS CREDIT.

SEC. 1021. CREDITING AUTHORITY FOR FEDERALLY AUTHORIZED NAVIGATION PROJECTS.

SEC. 1022. CREDIT IN LIEU OF REIMBURSEMENT.

SEC. 1023. ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.

SEC. 1024. AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT AND USE MATERIALS AND SERVICES.

SEC. 1025. WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS ON FEDERAL LAND.

SEC. 1026. CLARIFICATION OF IMPACTS TO OTHER FEDERAL FACILITIES.

SEC. 1027. CLARIFICATION OF MUNITION DISPOSAL AUTHORITIES.

SEC. 1028. CLARIFICATION OF MITIGATION AUTHORITY.

SEC. 1029. CLARIFICATION OF INTERAGENCY SUPPORT AUTHORITIES.

SEC. 1030. CONTINUING AUTHORITY.

SEC. 1031. TRIBAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM.

SEC. 1032. TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES.

SEC. 1033. CORROSION PREVENTION.

SEC. 1034. ADVANCED MODELING TECHNOLOGIES.

SEC. 1035. RECREATIONAL ACCESS.

SEC. 1036. NON-FEDERAL PLANS TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FLOOD RISK REDUCTION.

SEC. 1037. HURRICANE AND STORM DAMAGE REDUCTION.

SEC. 1038. REDUCTION OF FEDERAL COSTS FOR HURRICANE AND STORM DAMAGE REDUCTION PROJECTS.

SEC. 1039. INVASIVE SPECIES.

SEC. 1040. FISH AND WILDLIFE MITIGATION.

SEC. 1041. MITIGATION STATUS REPORT.

SEC. 1042. REPORTS TO CONGRESS.

SEC. 1043. NON-FEDERAL IMPLEMENTATION PILOT PROGRAM.

(aa)(AA) have received Federal funds prior to the date of enactment of this Act; or

(BB) for more than 2 consecutive fiscal years, have an unobligated funding balance for that project in the Corps of Engineers construction account; and

(bb) to the maximum extent practicable, are located in each of the divisions of the Corps of Engineers; and

SEC. 1044. INDEPENDENT PEER REVIEW.

SEC. 1045. REPORT ON SURFACE ELEVATIONS AT DROUGHT AFFECTED LAKES.

SEC. 1046. RESERVOIR OPERATIONS AND WATER SUPPLY.

(aa) the date on which the most recent review of project operations was conducted and any recommendations of the Secretary relating to that review the Secretary determines to be significant;

(bb) the activities carried out pursuant to each such review to improve the efficiency of operations and maintenance and to improve project benefits consistent with authorized purposes;

(cc) the degree to which reviews of project operations and subsequent activities pursuant to completed reviews complied with the policies and requirements of applicable law and regulations; and

(dd) a plan for reviewing the operations of individual projects, including a detailed schedule for future reviews of project operations, that--

(AA) complies with the polices and requirements of applicable law and regulations;

(BB) gives priority to reviews and activities carried out pursuant to such plan where the Secretary determines that there is support for carrying out those reviews and activities; and

(CC) ensures that reviews and activities are carried out pursuant to such plan;

SEC. 1047. SPECIAL USE PERMITS.

SEC. 1048. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL NATIONAL PARKS AND FEDERAL RECREATIONAL LANDS PASS PROGRAM.

SEC. 1049. APPLICABILITY OF SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND COUNTERMEASURE RULE.

SEC. 1050. NAMINGS.

SEC. 1051. INTERSTATE WATER AGREEMENTS AND COMPACTS.

SEC. 1052. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT BILLS.

TITLE II--NAVIGATION

Subtitle A--Inland Waterways

SEC. 2001. DEFINITIONS.

SEC. 2002. PROJECT DELIVERY PROCESS REFORMS.

SEC. 2003. EFFICIENCY OF REVENUE COLLECTION.

SEC. 2004. INLAND WATERWAYS REVENUE STUDIES.

SEC. 2005. INLAND WATERWAYS STAKEHOLDER ROUNDTABLE.

SEC. 2006. PRESERVING THE INLAND WATERWAY TRUST FUND.

SEC. 2007. INLAND WATERWAYS OVERSIGHT.

SEC. 2008. ASSESSMENT OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE NEEDS OF THE ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY AND THE GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY.

SEC. 2009. INLAND WATERWAYS RIVERBANK STABILIZATION.

SEC. 2010. UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER PROTECTION.

SEC. 2011. CORPS OF ENGINEERS LOCK AND DAM ENERGY DEVELOPMENT.

‘SEC. 1117. W.D. MAYO LOCK AND DAM.

SEC. 2012. RESTRICTED AREAS AT CORPS OF ENGINEERS DAMS.

SEC. 2013. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FUEL TAXED INLAND WATERWAYS.

Subtitle B--Port and Harbor Maintenance

SEC. 2101. FUNDING FOR HARBOR MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS.

SEC. 2102. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HARBOR PROJECTS.

SEC. 2103. CONSOLIDATION OF DEEP DRAFT NAVIGATION EXPERTISE.

SEC. 2104. REMOTE AND SUBSISTENCE HARBORS.

SEC. 2105. ARCTIC DEEP DRAFT PORT DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS.

SEC. 2106. ADDITIONAL MEASURES AT DONOR PORTS AND ENERGY TRANSFER PORTS.

SEC. 2107. PRESERVING UNITED STATES HARBORS.

TITLE III--SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDRESSING EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS

Subtitle A--Dam Safety

SEC. 3001. DAM SAFETY.

Subtitle B--Levee Safety

SEC. 3011. SYSTEMWIDE IMPROVEMENT FRAMEWORK.

SEC. 3012. MANAGEMENT OF FLOOD RISK REDUCTION PROJECTS.

SEC. 3013. VEGETATION MANAGEMENT POLICY.

SEC. 3014. LEVEE CERTIFICATIONS.

SEC. 3015. PLANNING ASSISTANCE TO STATES.

SEC. 3016. LEVEE SAFETY.

‘SEC. 9005. LEVEE SAFETY INITIATIVE.

‘(aa) the miles of levees in the State or on the land of the Indian tribe that are listed on the inventory of levees; bears to

‘(bb) the miles of levees in all States and on the land of all Indian tribes that are in the national levee database.

‘SEC. 9006. REPORTS.

SEC. 3017. REHABILITATION OF EXISTING LEVEES.

Subtitle C--Additional Safety Improvements and Risk Reduction Measures

SEC. 3021. USE OF INNOVATIVE MATERIALS.

SEC. 3022. DURABILITY, SUSTAINABILITY, AND RESILIENCE.

SEC. 3023. STUDY ON RISK REDUCTION.

SEC. 3024. MANAGEMENT OF FLOOD, DROUGHT, AND STORM DAMAGE.

SEC. 3025. POST-DISASTER WATERSHED ASSESSMENTS.

SEC. 3026. HURRICANE AND STORM DAMAGE REDUCTION STUDY.

SEC. 3027. EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION OF RISK.

SEC. 3028. SAFETY ASSURANCE REVIEW.

SEC. 3029. EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO NATURAL DISASTERS.

TITLE IV--RIVER BASINS AND COASTAL AREAS

SEC. 4001. RIVER BASIN COMMISSIONS.

SEC. 4002. MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

SEC. 4003. MISSOURI RIVER.

SEC. 4004. ARKANSAS RIVER.

SEC. 4005. COLUMBIA BASIN.

SEC. 4006. RIO GRANDE.

SEC. 4007. NORTHERN ROCKIES HEADWATERS.

SEC. 4008. RURAL WESTERN WATER.

SEC. 4009. NORTH ATLANTIC COASTAL REGION.

SEC. 4010. CHESAPEAKE BAY.

SEC. 4011. LOUISIANA COASTAL AREA.

SEC. 4012. RED RIVER BASIN.

SEC. 4013. TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

SEC. 4014. OCEAN AND COASTAL RESILIENCY.

TITLE V--WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING

Subtitle A--State Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds

SEC. 5001. GENERAL AUTHORITY FOR CAPITALIZATION GRANTS.

SEC. 5002. CAPITALIZATION GRANT AGREEMENTS.

SEC. 5003. WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING LOAN FUNDS.

SEC. 5004. REQUIREMENTS.

‘SEC. 608. REQUIREMENTS.

SEC. 5005. REPORT ON THE ALLOTMENT OF FUNDS.

SEC. 5006. EFFECTIVE DATE.

Subtitle B--General Provisions

SEC. 5011. WATERSHED PILOT PROJECTS.

SEC. 5012. DEFINITION OF TREATMENT WORKS.

SEC. 5013. FUNDING FOR INDIAN PROGRAMS.

SEC. 5014. WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PILOT PROGRAM.

Subtitle C--Innovative Financing Pilot Projects

SEC. 5021. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 5022. DEFINITIONS.

SEC. 5023. AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE.

SEC. 5024. APPLICATIONS.

SEC. 5025. ELIGIBLE ENTITIES.

SEC. 5026. PROJECTS ELIGIBLE FOR ASSISTANCE.

SEC. 5027. ACTIVITIES ELIGIBLE FOR ASSISTANCE.

SEC. 5028. DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY AND PROJECT SELECTION.

SEC. 5029. SECURED LOANS.

SEC. 5030. PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.

SEC. 5031. STATE, TRIBAL, AND LOCAL PERMITS.

SEC. 5032. REGULATIONS.

SEC. 5033. FUNDING.

SEC. 5034. REPORTS ON PILOT PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION.

SEC. 5035. REQUIREMENTS.

TITLE VI--DEAUTHORIZATION AND BACKLOG PREVENTION

SEC. 6001. DEAUTHORIZATION OF INACTIVE PROJECTS.

SEC. 6002. REVIEW OF CORPS OF ENGINEERS ASSETS.

SEC. 6003. BACKLOG PREVENTION.

SEC. 6004. DEAUTHORIZATIONS.

SEC. 6005. LAND CONVEYANCES.

TITLE VII--WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE

SEC. 7001. ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS.

(aa) the feasibility report;

(bb) the proposed feasibility study; or

(cc) the authorized feasibility study for which a modification is proposed; or

(aa) the feasibility report; or

(bb) the authorized feasibility study for which a modification is proposed, with respect to the change in costs resulting from such modification; or

SEC. 7002. AUTHORIZATION OF FINAL FEASIBILITY STUDIES.

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 A. State                                                         B. Name C. Date of Report of Chief of Engineers                                                  D. Estimated Costs 
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1. TX, LA Sabine Neches Waterway, Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana                           July 22, 2011 Federal: $748,070,000Non-Federal: $365,970,000Total: $1,114,040,000 
    2. FL                                  Jacksonville Harbor- Milepoint                           Apr. 30, 2012       Federal: $27,870,000Non-Federal: $9,290,000Total: $37,160,000 
    3. GA                               Savannah Harbor Expansion Project                           Aug. 17, 2012   Federal: $492,000,000Non-Federal: $214,000,000Total: $706,000,000 
    4. TX                                                 Freeport Harbor                           Jan. 7,  2013   Federal: $121,000,000Non-Federal: $118,300,000Total: $239,300,000 
    5. FL                      Canaveral Harbor (Sect 203 Sponsor Report)                           Feb. 25, 2013      Federal: $29,240,000Non-Federal: $11,830,000Total: $41,070,000 
    6. MA                                                   Boston Harbor                          Sept. 30, 2013    Federal: $216,470,000Non-Federal: $94,510,000Total: $310,980,000 
    7. FL                                                Lake Worth Inlet                           Apr. 16, 2014      Federal: $57,556,000Non-Federal: $30,975,000Total: $88,531,000 
    8. FL                                             Jacksonville Harbor                           Apr. 16, 2014   Federal: $362,000,000Non-Federal: $238,900,000Total: $600,900,000 
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 A. State                                                          B. Name C. Date of Report of Chief of Engineers                                                    D. Estimated Costs 
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    1. KS                                                           Topeka                           Aug. 24, 2009         Federal: $17,360,000Non-Federal: $9,350,000Total: $26,710,000 
    2. CA American River Watershed, Common Features Project, Natomas Basin                           Dec. 30, 2010   Federal: $760,630,000Non-Federal: $386,650,000Total: $1,147,280,000 
    3. IA                                        Cedar River, Cedar Rapids                           Jan. 27, 2011       Federal: $73,130,000Non-Federal: $39,380,000Total: $112,510,000 
4. MN, ND                                             Fargo-Moorhead Metro                           Dec. 19, 2011 Federal: $846,700,000Non-Federal: $1,077,600,000Total: $1,924,300,000 
    5. KY                                    Ohio River Shoreline, Paducah                            May 16, 2012         Federal: $13,170,000Non-Federal: $7,090,000Total: $20,260,000 
    6. MO                                        Jordan Creek, Springfield                           Aug. 26, 2013         Federal: $13,560,000Non-Federal: $7,300,000Total: $20,860,000 
    7. CA                         Orestimba Creek, San Joaquin River Basin                          Sept. 25, 2013        Federal: $23,680,000Non-Federal: $21,650,000Total: $45,330,000 
    8. CA                                                     Sutter Basin                           Mar. 12, 2014     Federal: $255,270,000Non-Federal: $433,660,000Total: $688,930,000 
    9. NV                                                  Truckee Meadows                           Apr. 11, 2014      Federal: $181,652,000Non-Federal: $99,168,000Total: $280,820,000 
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A. State                                               B. Name C. Date of Report of Chief of Engineers                                                                                                                                         D. Estimated Initial Costs and Estimated Renourishment Costs 
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   1. NC West Onslow Beach and New River Inlet (Topsail Beach)                          Sept. 28, 2009    Initial Federal: $29,900,000 Initial Non-Federal: $16,450,000Initial Total: $46,350,000 Renourishment Federal: $69,410,000Renourishment Non-Federal: $69,410,000Renourishment Total: $138,820,000 
   2. NC                     Surf City and North Topsail Beach                           Dec. 30, 2010 Initial Federal: $84,770,000 Initial Non-Federal: $45,650,000 Initial Total: $130,420,000Renourishment Federal: $122,220,000Renourishment Non-Federal: $122,220,000Renourishment Total: $244,440,000 
   3. CA                                San Clemente Shoreline                          Apr. 15,  2012       Initial Federal: $7,420,000Initial Non-Federal: $3,990,000 Initial Total: $11,410,000 Renourishment Federal: $43,835,000Renourishment Non-Federal: $43,835,000Renourishment Total: $87,670,000 
   4. FL                                         Walton County                           July 16, 2013      Initial Federal: $17,945,000Initial Non-Federal: $46,145,000Initial Total: $64,090,000Renourishment Federal: $24,740,000Renourishment Non-Federal: $82,820,000Renourishment Total: $107,560,000 
   5. LA                                  Morganza to the Gulf                            July 8, 2013                                                                                                                             Federal: $6,695,400,000Non-Federal: $3,604,600,000Total: $10,300,000,000 
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A. State                                                                                 B. Name C. Date of Report of Chief of Engineers                                                  D. Estimated Costs 
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   1. MS Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program (MSCIP) Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson Counties                          Sept. 15, 2009 Federal: $693,300,000Non-Federal: $373,320,000Total: $1,066,620,000 
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A. State                                                                                                                                                B. Name C. Date of Report of Chief of Engineers                                                    D. Estimated Costs 
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   1. MD                                                                                                                              Mid-Chesapeake Bay Island                           Aug. 24, 2009 Federal: $1,240,750,000Non-Federal: $668,100,000Total: $1,908,850,000 
   2. FL Central and Southern Florida Project, Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Caloosahatchee River (C-43) West Basin Storage Project, Hendry County          Mar. 11, 2010 and Jan. 6, 2011     Federal: $313,300,000Non-Federal: $313,300,000Total: $626,600,000 
   3. LA                                                                                                                                 Louisiana Coastal Area                           Dec. 30, 2010 Federal: $1,026,000,000Non-Federal: $601,000,000Total: $1,627,000,000 
   4. MN                                                                                                                                             Marsh Lake                           Dec. 30, 2011          Federal: $6,760,000Non-Federal: $3,640,000Total: $10,400,000 
   5. FL                                  Central and Southern Florida Project, Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, C-111 Spreader Canal Western Project                           Jan. 30, 2012       Federal: $87,280,000Non-Federal: $87,280,000Total: $174,560,000 
   6. FL                                                                                                             CERP Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetland, Florida                            May 2,  2012       Federal: $98,510,000Non-Federal: $98,510,000Total: $197,020,000 
   7. FL                                                                               Central and Southern Florida Project, Broward County Water Preserve Area                            May 21, 2012     Federal: $448,070,000Non-Federal: $448,070,000Total: $896,140,000 
   8. LA                                                                                                         Louisiana Coastal Area-Barataria Basin Barrier                           June 22, 2012     Federal: $321,750,000Non-Federal: $173,250,000Total: $495,000,000 
   9. NC                                                                                                                                      Neuse River Basin                           Apr. 23, 2013        Federal: $23,830,000Non-Federal: $12,830,000Total: $36,660,000 
  10. VA                                                                                                                                        Lynnhaven River                           Mar. 27, 2014        Federal: $22,821,500Non-Federal: $12,288,500Total: $35,110,000 
  11. OR                                                                                                                Willamette River Floodplain Restoration                            Jan. 6, 2014        Federal: $27,401,000Non-Federal: $14,754,000Total: $42,155,000 
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SEC. 7003. AUTHORIZATION OF PROJECT MODIFICATIONS RECOMMENDED BY THE SECRETARY.

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A. State                                    B. Name C. Date of Secretary’sRecommendation Letter                                                  D. Updated Authorization Project Costs 
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   1. MN                               Roseau River                               Jan. 24, 2013      Estimated Federal: $25,455,000Estimated non-Federal: $18,362,000Total: $43,817,000 
   2. IL     Wood River Levee System Reconstruction                                 May 7, 2013       Estimated Federal: $16,678,000Estimated non-Federal: $8,980,000Total: $25,658,000 
   3. TX                Corpus Christi Ship Channel                                Aug. 8, 2013   Estimated Federal: $182,582,000Estimated non-Federal: $170,649,000Total: $353,231,000 
   4. IA Des Moines River and Raccoon River Project                               Feb. 12, 2014       Estimated Federal: $14,990,300Estimated non-Federal: $8,254,700Total: $23,245,000 
   5. MD                              Poplar Island                               Feb. 26, 2014 Estimated Federal: $868,272,000Estimated non-Federal: $365,639,000Total: $1,233,911,000 
   6. IL          Lake Michigan (Chicago Shoreline)                               Mar. 18, 2014   Estimated Federal: $185,441,000Estimated non-Federal: $355,105,000Total: $540,546,000 
   7. NE              Western Sarpy and Clear Creek                               Mar. 20, 2014      Estimated Federal: $28,128,800Estimated non-Federal: $15,146,300Total: $43,275,100 
   8. MO                             Cape Girardeau                               Apr. 14, 2014         Estimated Federal: $17,687,000Estimated non-Federal: $746,000Total: $18,433,000 
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SEC. 7004. EXPEDITED CONSIDERATION IN THE HOUSE AND SENATE.

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Vice President of the United States and

President of the Senate.