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Sandusky (Ohio) Register: ELPC & Others Sue to Have Lake Erie Declared ‘Impaired’

Sandusky Register Groups Sue to Have Lake Erie Declared “Impaired” by Tom Jackson SANDUSKY — Environmental groups have filed a lawsuit in federal court in Toledo, seeking to have the open waters of Lake Erie declared “impaired” under the provisions of the Clean Water Act. The lawsuit essentially seeks to overturn the U.S. EPA’s decision

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Greenwire: Enviros Sue EPA Over Approving Ohio’s Lake Erie Plan

Greenwire Enviros sue EPA over approving Ohio’s Lake Erie plan By Ariel Wittenberg In May, EPA approved Ohio EPA’s 2016 Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report, which found that certain sections of Lake Erie were “impaired,” a designation that has legal implications under the Clean Water Act. Groups sued EPA to force a decision

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Christian Science Monitor: Battle Over the Clean Water Rule; What’s at Stake?

Christian Science Monitor Battle over the Clean Water Rule: What’s at stake? By Amanda Paulson Just who gets to regulate America’s many seasonal streams and wetlands? That’s a question that has long been contentious. At the end of June, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt formally proposed revoking the Obama-era Clean Water Rule, also known

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WBEZ Worldview: ELPC’s Learner Discusses Volvo’s Plans to Shift to All-Electric and Hybrid Cars

Worldview Big Promises From Volvo And India On Electric Cars Volvo announced last week that all of its new cars would be either hybrid or electric by 2020. Volvo is owned by Geely, one of China’s biggest automakers, and the poor air quality in China has led some to believe that the move is also

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