By Tom Waters The flood of 2019 has wreaked havoc in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska. From Omaha to Kansas City, more than 100 breaches in levees allowed the Missouri… Read More
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On the trade war front, the news continues to be uncertain. Time and time again, we hear that trade talks with China are near fruition, only to be delayed yet… Read More
Another fight over waivers from the Jones Act is underway. This time the fight is for President Trump’s attention and support. A Bloomberg story claiming to be based on three… Read More
By Lynn Muench Chair, Coalition to Protect the Missouri River St. Louis, Mo. With heartbreak, we have watched our friends and neighbors across the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and… Read More
In 2014, in recognition of long-standing complaints about the length of time it took the Corps of Engineers to get projects reviewed (including complaints from within the Corps itself), the… Read More