Efforts to put in place an earthquake warning system for the West Coast gained ground Tuesday as a congressional committee recommended the first federal funds — $5 million — specifically for the project. Its prospects remain shaky, however. Election-year fights over other issues could keep Congress from completing work on its spending bills. Still, the warning system enjoys bipartisan support. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com.
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