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
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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
This year’s devastating floods that affected a dozen states came in the aftermath of the “bomb cyclone” that struck the entire Midwest. The Missouri River, in particular, suffered unprecedented flooding,… Read More
Last week we mentioned President Trump’s rhetorical support of the merchant marine. Too bad that support has never been reflected in his budget requests. The president released his budget request… Read More
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