Howard Marlowe

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Lobbyist based in Washington, representing coastal communities across the US

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Forget spending billions in tax dollars to rebuild coastal developments destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. New York's Governor Cuomo says he has a better idea.

Is It Time to Retreat from the Sea?

Forget spending billions in tax dollars to rebuild coastal developments destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. New York's Governor Cuomo says he has a better idea.

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