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Tropical Storm Barry brings familiar question to sinking Louisiana island: Stay or go?

USATODAY.com Saturday, 13 July 2019
Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana, was once a 22,000-acre saltwater oasis. But because of erosion and rising sea levels, it has shrunk to 300 acres.
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Downgraded from a hurricane, Tropical Storm Barry continues to pound parts of Louisiana with heavy rain and wind.

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