Topic: Tom Thompson
Mississippi floods don't have the impact today that they had during the Great Flood of 1993, thanks to better flood walls and levees and thousands of flood-plain homes converted to green space. But in some river towns, flood protection is a non-starter.
Nah. But the issue resonates in (battleground) states around the Great Lakes, so the Romney and Obama camps outlined their approaches to dealing with a prospective Asian carp invasion.