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AM S Input t o th e Ne w Administratio n and Congress Our Nation Resilient to Severe Weather and Climate his month, the nation welcomes a new presidential administration and a new Congress. For the past Change," was completed in time to be made available to both the McCain and Obama campaigns—again, in the Tcouple of decades, with each presidential election (whether it results in a change of administration or hope that it would stimulate discussion on the environ- ment during the campaign. An abridged version of that not), the AMS has taken the opportunity to provide document, which includes the key recommendations, guidance forthe administration and Congress through is provided in this issue. The full document is available the creation of a "transition document." This document on the UCA R We b site (see www.ucar.edu/td). This highlights major environmental issues facing the nation transition document is consistent with the AM S State- and makes recommendations for some of the highest- ment on Community Priorities, but offers far more priority items related to our community that need to be specific budgetary recommendations. addressed. It is usually prepared in the months leading up to the election and provided to

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Published: Jan 1, 2009

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