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Editorial cartoon for June 21, 2022

An editorial cartoon by Steven Benson.

Cartoon for June 21, 2022.
Cartoon for June 21, 2022.<br/>
Steve Benson
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Cartoonist Steve Benson draws on the flooding of Yellowstone National Park.

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