Will they reconsider a motion filed by Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox to block Asian carp from the Great Lakes?
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Circle of Blue talks with U.S. Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.) about fighting the Asian carp battle on the federal front.
Michigan’s Attorney General and U.S. Representative Camp host a rally.
Circle of Blue speaks with Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox about the fight to protect the Great Lakes against Asian carp.
The EPA plan aims to clean up top pollution sites and establish a “zero tolerance policy” toward invasive species
Federal officials unveiled their multi-pronged plan, which received mix reviews, during a a public hearing in Chicago.
A Great Lakes expert warned that closing off the canals that link Chicago is the only way to keep invasive species out
There’s nothing like a fiscal deficit to prompt municipal leaders to think hard about how to save money. Everything is on the table and no city service or asset is untouchable. So last November when the mayor of Carbondale, Illinois made several suggestions for bailing out the cash-strapped city, the idea of selling the municipal water and sewer system gained serious traction.
Following a Monday “carp summit” at the White House, Governor Jennifer Granholm said that she was “very disappointed”
Fishing enthusiasts and state representatives rallied on the banks of Traverse City’s Boardman River Saturday
Attorney General files a new brief to sever ties between Lake Michigan and carp-invested Chicago canals.
The people responsible for some of the largest water utilities in the U.S. gathered in Washington, D.C. last week to exchange climate change coping strategies with their overseas counterparts.