That larger bill is called the Water Resources Development Act (W'RDA).
What does WRDA stand for?
WRDA stands for Water Resources Development Act
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We have 6 other meanings of WRDA in our Acronym Attic
- WaterCooled Racing Development (California)
- Weapons Release Distance
- White Ribbon Day (various locations)
- White River Dental (Batesville, AR)
- Wildlife Resource Document (Texas)
- Wireless Reading Device
- World Rabies Day
- World Run Day (Long Beach, NY)
- Weapon Research, Development, And Testing
- Water Reducing Admixture (concrete)
- Water Resources Development Authority (Ethiopia)
- Welsh Racing Drivers Association (UK)
- Wisconsin Register of Deeds Association
- Women's Resource Development Agency (UK)
- Water Resources Data Base (US DoD)
- Water Resource Development Commission (Kentucky)
- Western Regional Design Competition
- Western Regional Dispatch Center
- Western Regional Distribution Center
- Western Rural Development Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Despite the 2007 Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) authorizing a coastal Louisiana restoration program, the Army Corps of Engineers has not made it a national priority and perhaps Congress has not yet made it a priority either.
The Water Resources Development Act of 2007 directed GAO to address certain activities related to debris management in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Meanwhile, they united behind passage of the federal Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), which would have authorized $4 billion for new levees, wetlands restoration and the closing of the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet.
The Water Resources Development Act was about $9 billion higher than Bush wanted.
Taxpayer groups on Wednesday hailed the expected presidential veto, saying the Water Resources Development Act is 53 percent over budget and represents egregious overspending.
Senate passage of the $12 billion reauthorization of Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) which would authorize funding for major navigation, flood control and environmental restoration projects carried out by the U.
Senators recently sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist urging action on a pending Water Resources Development Act (WRDA).