A couple strolls along the bay near the Lynnhaven Fishing Pier in Virginia Beach.

A couple strolls along the bay near the Lynnhaven Fishing Pier in Virginia Beach.

The 113th Congress will likely be remembered for epic budget showdowns and partisan acrimony. But this Wednesday, the House of Representatives quietly, unanimously passed the “Chesapeake Bay Accountability Act.” The bill would change the way Bay cleanup efforts are coordinated and measured across ten federal agencies, six states, the District and more than a thousand local governments. Kojo talks with the bill’s sponsor.

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  • Rob Wittman Member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-VA, 1st District)

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