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Cod Fish Shortage – National Emergency Declared

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Monroe County officials are hoping to avoid a catastrophe - residents being forced to opening tins of sardines during Lent. It appears the ravages of Global Warming is now effecting Monroe County's most cherished dining experiences. The warming North Atlantic has resulted in an extremely low catch this season for cod. "Our nets have come up …

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