Corps proposal protects upper Mississippi from flooding

08/22/2008 | Missourinet

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers introduced a plan to protect the upper Mississippi River from flooding in the wake of this summer's disastrous flood. The $3.7 billion proposal would construct higher levees and also purchase farmland along the river in case of flooding. Congress has to approve the measure before it can take effect.

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