As the damages from this year’s floods continue to add up, decision-makers at every level of government must re-examine our water and floodplain management policies. We have spent billions on flood control and billions more on relief, recovery, and rebuilding efforts, yet every
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Well, his outfit has consistently been a major embarrassment to ethical sportsmen. At least in the past, it could be counted on to be on the wrong side of every environmental issue. Let’s hope he can bootstrap this unholy outfit to semi-decency.