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Friday 12/07/12

Federal Agencies Trying to Mitigate Low Mississippi Flows
President Obama raised the issue of the Mississippi River flows with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack at a cabinet meeting Wednesday and also asked Vilsack about the drought overall.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:06AM CST 12/07/12 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
It takes considerable effort to understand a misguided liberal. If it is climate change, what would any of these idiots do about it? I guess they could setup a hearing to discuss.
Posted by Frank Thomas at 9:37AM CST 12/07/12
I do have questions. If watersheds were free flowing, without man made obstructions, how much H2O would be now flowing down the mighty Mississippi? Also, if all were released now, would there be a reserve for next year? The river we live close to, ceased to flow in the 30's, but is still flowing, with fish in it today.
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 10:54AM CST 12/07/12
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