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September 29th, 2011
01:31 PM ET

Frustration mounts in Saddle Brook, NJ over flooding

This week, hundreds of residents gathered to rally in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. They are angry over government inaction to fix persistent flooding even though the Army Corp of Engineers came up with a flood plan in 1980.

Four years ago, the town actually sued the Army Corp of Engineers in an attempt to force the federal government to finally dredge the river.

Christine Romans reports on the holdup in fixing persistent flooding.


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