Dr. Bob Bullard: Polluters should bear a fair share of the costs of responding to climate change
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Dr. Bob Bullard: Polluters should bear a fair share of the costs of responding to climate change

On the one year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, voters in Harris County approved a $2.5 billion flood bond measure to protect the area from future storms. While taxpayers deserve credit for adopting the measure, the question remains whether they should foot the bill alone.
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