Secretive 'harbor master' steers Colorado River campaign
For six years, a coordinated campaign has fought to save the Colorado River, influencing policy decisions like a recent interstate drought plan. But you can't find it on Google.
For former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld (R), diving into a river to celebrate a bill was a sign of both his showmanship and, former colleagues say, how seriously he takes the environment.
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