Washington (AP) - A spending plan approved by the House would slash funding for a tsunami warning center that issued an alarm after the devastating earthquake in
The plan approved by the GOP-controlled House last month would trigger deep cuts for the National Weather Service, including the
A union representing workers at the tsunami center said the proposed cuts could result in furloughs and rolling closures of National Weather Service offices.
Barry Hirshorn, Pacific region chairman of the National Weather Service Employees Organization, said the GOP bill would affect the center's ability to issue warnings similar to those issued after Friday's earthquake in
Democratic Rep. Colleen Hanabusa of