Congress clears 5-year extension for federal earthquake program
from Engineering News-Record
Legislation to continue the multiagency National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program for five years, and make modest changes in it, has quietly cleared Congress and is headed to the White House for President Donald Trump's expected signature. Among other things, the legislation calls for production "a systematic set of maps of active faults and folds, liquefaction susceptibility, susceptibility for earthquake-induced landslides and other seismically induced hazards."
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