Toward a National Coastline Policy

New York Times: The United States has thousands of miles of coastline, and more than half of its population lives in counties bordering oceans or the Great Lakes - areas administered by a hodgepodge of federal, state or other agencies, often with conflicting goals. For years, environmental groups and expert panels have called for federal oversight for these areas. On Thursday, the idea took a step forward when the White House issued a National Ocean Policy action plan for regulations governing stewardship......

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