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The recent discovery of a live carp close to Lake Michigan may bolster the states’ case, legal expert says.
As the state recovers from a three-year drought and copes with a deteriorating water infrastructure, the nation’s food supply just got a boost.
A 20-pound fish netted six miles from Lake Michigan has reignited the debate over closing off Chicago-area locks to protect the region’s sportfishing industry.
Fierce heat has allegedly killed dozens as country awaits arrival of monsoons.
The worst oil leak in U.S. history and is now compromising the existence of wildlife in Louisiana’s marshlands.
Results reveal that the invasive species may not be as immediately threatening as certain local politicians and activists had previously argued.
Opponents call the proposal a federal power grab, while the bill’s author says it would restore the original intent of the landmark water legislation.
As Britain’s water supply faces fluctuation, an environmental group is calling for systemic reform and improved conservation.
Michigan’s Attorney General Mike Cox is “looking at other legal avenues” to pursue the carp battle.
A proposed bill that declares Michigan’s groundwater a “public trust” has set off a storm of controversy, with opponents claiming that the legislation would expose property owners to new state fees.
While Waukesha’s request is the first major test of the Great Lakes Compact, the county supervisor opposes the plan.