Hurricane season ended on Thursday, and we say good riddance. The misery visited upon Florida by Hurricane Irma — as well as that wrought in Texas by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Martha in Puerto Rico — made us even more appreciative of our state’s decade-long lull between major storm events.
But the storms of ‘17 may lead Congress to support an important and much-needed change in responding to these events, and the effects of other severe weather episodes, if the Senate can be convinced to go along.
You are currently not logged in
By logging in you can see the full story.