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An invitation to secure your future wherever levees are supposed to protect your homes.

From Forbes and Cain Burdeau Corps Placed Faulty Pumps in New Orleans.

What is the situation with YOUR levees, with YOUR dams wherever you are? If you don't know, find out, and then doing something if it needs doing.

From The San Francisco Chronicle, Thomas J. Graff and Paul Harrison California Water Projects New and broader role needed for Army Corps of Engineers.

Louisiana Speaks.

And someone in Congress should speak for the people of the Gulf Coast. The residents did not put up inferior levies; nor did they recently install insufficient pumps. But it is they who took the loses, and now it is they who have to face this - and this is unacceptable. As premiums soar, some homeowners ‘go bare’ Frustrated residents in Katrina zone 'playing Russian roulette' with homes.

And we are pleased to announce that yesterday was the official release of Louisiana in Words. Read my review here and find out what extravagant lagniappe we have given you this time!


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