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Asian Carp -- On the Docket in D.C. and Chicago; On the Menu in Michigan

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Federal judge rejects Asian carp injunction as Congress passes a ban on their import.

Asian Carp Capture Renews Fears of Great Lakes Invasion

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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.

Supreme Court Rejects Michigan’s Asian Carp Lawsuit

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Michigan's Attorney General Mike Cox is “looking at other legal avenues” to pursue the carp battle.

Supreme Court Takes Second Look at Michigan’s Asian Carp Injunction

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Will they reconsider a motion filed by Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox to block Asian carp from the Great Lakes?

Q&A : U.S. Congressman Dave Camp On Asian Carp

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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.

Block Those Flying Fish: Great Lakes Politicians Pressure Illinois, Washington on Asian Carp

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Michigan’s Attorney General and U.S. Representative Camp host a rally.

Q&A: Michigan Attorney General Talks about Asian Carp

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Circle of Blue speaks with Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox about the fight to protect the Great Lakes against Asian carp.

Asian Carp Threat Prompts Protest Near Lake Michigan Shore

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Fishing enthusiasts and state representatives rallied on the banks of Traverse City’s Boardman River Saturday

Michigan Takes Asian Carp Fight Back To the Supreme Court

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Attorney General files a new brief to sever ties between Lake Michigan and carp-invested Chicago canals.

Supreme Court Declines To Wade Into Asian Carp Fight, Worrying Great Lakes Governors

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DNA tests indicate the invasive species may already have entered Lake Michigan.