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Harris County voters pass historic $2.5 billion for flood control

Harris County voters overwhelmingly approved a bond measure that would finance an array of flood control projects in the Houston area. Saturday's vote came on the first anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, which brought one of the worst urban floods in U.S. history to the Houston region.

On Saturday, August 25, 2018, a year to the day after Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, Harris County voters passed a $2.5 billion bond measure to finance hundreds of flood control projects.

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