The Star Tribune's article 'Congress approves Great Lakes clean-up bill' is very simply set up. It begins with a lay-out of what the bill generally entails and what the status of the bill is. It then specifics on the vote and the money that the bill calls for. We are then shown the history on the bill, followed by a quote from a representative. The progression is very reader-friendly and appears to be in order of significance. We first learn what is going on, then we learn about the details, and then historical information. This is set up in a fact block way, and in such a way that the reader can stop reading at any time and not have a misunderstanding about the topic. I find it very effective in that it is concise with basically only the most important information is included.