Ernie Goss

Professor of Economics, Creighton University

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Professor of Economics at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska

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This weekend's newscasts and front pages were full of pictures dramatizing the damage from  record rainfall and massive flooding , especially in Iowa.

Is the Deluge in Iowa Worse than It Needed to Be?

This weekend's newscasts and front pages were full of pictures dramatizing the damage from record rainfall and massive flooding , especially in Iowa.

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