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As states and localities struggle to craft stormwater solutions, environmentalists are suing to force stricter regulation by the federal EPA.
Many Hurricane Sandy victims have been ruled eligible for federal help, but are still waiting for the government to issue any funds.
The heat is still building on insurance companies and engineering firms accused of possible fraud in the re-writing of flood claim investigator reports.
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Federal authorities are telling Louisiana parishes to hurry up and lift those houses — or lose the funding.
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The national and local press takes stock of the situation in New York and vicinity, two years after Superstorm Sandy devastated coastal areas around the city.
It has been two years since Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the Jersey Shore. On the storm’s anniversary, the press is taking stock of the present situation.
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