The storm was "one of the wettest we've seen, from the standpoint of water."
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Legislation mirrors a similar measure introduced in the Senate, although appropriators have already begun to block specific proposals.
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Senators join 190 House members in opposing the proposal.
Census bureau met only three of the four basic criteria for a high-quality estimate, GAO says.
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