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Dale Blevins, Lee’s Summit, Missouri
Joe Gorman, Council Bluffs, Iowa
Rick Wilson, Lincoln, Nebraska
Kristin Perry, Missouri Clean Water Commission, Jefferson City
Tim Cowman, Missouri River Institute, Vermillion, South Dakota
Denise Reed, University of New Orleans
Daniel Sheer, HydroLogics, Columbia, Maryland
A. Dan Tarlock, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Robert Twilley, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
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