Bridge Speech

Bridge Speech - At least 17,000 bridges nation wide didn't...

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check up according to MSNBC.com. Everyone drives on a bridge sometime in his or her life, who knows, maybe you crossed a bridge just to get to this class, but you probably don't ever worry about the bridge collapsing. Bridges are an important part of everyday driving, without them; travel across the United States could be impossible. American people should not have to worry about bridges collapsing if the necessary precautions are taken. The problem with today’s bridges are that they are becoming structurally deficient and states have found loopholes in the law, and the solutions require more maintenance check ups and providing more money. Many people may recall the bridge collapse near Minneapolis when a freeway bridge went plunging into the Mississippi River with the end result being 13 deaths. Governors tried to calm the public’s fears saying that federal regulations require each bridge to be checked every two years. You may wonder how bridges become deficient. The federal government will let states slip
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2008 for the course SPC 112 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '08 term at Iowa Western.

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