Levees are being checked for sand boils as water levels rise. And in Louisiana, there’s no word yet whether the Bonnet Carré and Morganza spillways will be opened.
From the Kentucky gubernatorial election to ballot measures on affordable housing in San Francisco, here are some of the races and initiatives we were tracking.
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis has released sector-specific, quarterly GDP figures for states.
Also: Arizona eliminates consumer protection agency and Pittsburgh’s falling glass risk.
Also: Pay raises for many Minneapolis officials and Houston’s flood-rescue problems.
Mississippi Happy to Take Louisiana’s Movie Business; California Farmers Happy to Take Modesto’s Sewer Water
Also: The Internet makes public sector conservation a success, Florida’s Rick Scott making the public pay to be shunned and a Miami neighborhood halts spillover gentrification, for now.
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