Definition of Congressional Organic Act of 1890

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Congressional Organic Act of 1890

The term 'Congressional Organic Act of 1890' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' The act that assigned the responsibility of river and floor forecasting for the benefit of the general welfare of the Nationís people and economy to the Weather Bureau, and subsequently the National Weather Service'.

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