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More Transportation Headaches Develop as Harvey Leaves but Irma Follows

As cleanup was just beginning from the damage left behind by Hurricane Harvey, a second hurricane named Irma roared across Florida and into Georgia. Irma created more transportation woes, in addition to the devastation of people’s homes and businesses.

 

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Insecticide resistant segment projected to lead the market by 2022

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