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Michael Steele Doesn’t Race-Bait, Except When He Does

Greg Sargent flags a Michael Steele interview on Univision, in which the chairman of the Republican National Committee deflects a question about whether, per
Jul 31, 2020

Michael Steele Doesn’t Race-Bait, Except When He Does

Michael Steele Doesn’t Race-Bait, Except When He Does

Greg Sargent flags a Michael Steele interview on Univision, in which the chairman of the Republican National Committee deflects a question about whether, per
Greg Sargent flags a Michael Steele interview on Univision, in which the chairman of the Republican National Committee deflects a question about whether, per
Jul 31, 2020

Sotomayor Creates Dilemma for Hill Republicans

Sotomayor Creates Dilemma for Hill Republicans

Republicans look to make the best of the Supreme Court nominees confirmation.
Republicans look to make the best of the Supreme Court nominees confirmation.
Jul 31, 2020

South Florida water management board approves Everglades projects

South Florida water management board approves Everglades projects

Everglades National Park (Pic by Rodney Cammauf, National Park Service; via army.mil) The governing board of the South Florida Water Management District yesterday voted unanimously to move forward with eight public/private partnership projects to store water in the Northern Everglades. The projects, which are known as dispersed water management, involve enlisting private landowners in solutions to help restore the Everglades and its tributaries. The district describes (.pdf) it simply as “shallow water distributed across parcel landscapes using relatively simple structures.” Several state conservation groups have been vocal advocates of the projects, which they say could provide benefits to both water storage and water quality
Everglades National Park (Pic by Rodney Cammauf, National Park Service; via army.mil) The governing board of the South Florida Water Management District yesterday voted unanimously to move forward with eight public/private partnership projects to store water in the Northern Everglades. The projects, which are known as dispersed water management, involve enlisting private landowners in solutions to help restore the Everglades and its tributaries. The district describes (.pdf) it simply as “shallow water distributed across parcel landscapes using relatively simple structures.” Several state conservation groups have been vocal advocates of the projects, which they say could provide benefits to both water storage and water quality
Jul 31, 2020
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