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When Coastal added football just over two decades ago, the university was committed to seeing the program flourish in the football-crazed Southeast by funding a full allotment of 63 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) scholarships and building a facility that would subsequently be expanded.

When Coastal added football just over two decades ago, the university was committed to seeing the program flourish in the football-crazed Southeast by funding a full allotment of 63 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) scholarships and building a facility that would subsequently be expanded.

The Water Resources Development Act of 2022, which will come before the full Senate for consideration this month, is good for the economy and the environment. The proposal, backed by Republicans and Democrats, would preserve coastal habitat while providing affordable, alternative sand sources used for beach renourishment projects. Under the bill, local governments would be able to seek federal support for any added costs of dredging and sourcing sand outside of sensitive coastal areas.