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In Galveston, Rising Sea Levels Becoming Political

According to scientists, much of what is now Galveston Island could someday be under water. As Dave Fehling of KUHF News and NPR's StateImpact Texas reports, the potential crisis has some worrying that the city and state have ignored the threat.

U.S. Air Force member conducted search and rescue operations on Galveston Island after Hurricane Ike on Sept. 13, 2008.

According to scientists, much of what is now Galveston Island could someday be under water. As Dave Fehling of KUHF News and NPR's StateImpact Texas reports, the potential crisis has some worrying that the city and state have ignored the threat.

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