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February 15th 2018

What Trump’s Budget Means for Great Lakes Restoration

By Todd Ambs, campaign director, Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition   On Monday, the Trump Administration released its proposed budget for 2019, which runs from October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019. As was the case last year, the president’s … Continue reading

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July 31st 2017

Weekly News Roundup: Toxic Dredged Materials, Line 5 Safety, and More

In case you missed them, here were some of the Great Lakes restoration stories that made news last week:   mLive reports that a bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers are urging the U.S. Department of Commerce to maintain the size … Continue reading

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July 14th 2017

Weekly News Roundup: GLRI Funding, Line 5, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes restoration news: The Detroit News reports the U.S. House of Representatives released an appropriations bill this week that fully funds the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative at $300 million. President Trump had … Continue reading

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July 7th 2017

Weekly News Roundup: Great Lakes Funding, Line 5, and More

Happy 4th of July! With all the barbecues and fireworks this week, you may have missed these Great Lakes restoration stories:   mLive reports that nearly 4,000 miles of Lake Huron shoreline may lose protection following an executive order signed … Continue reading

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June 28th 2017

Weekly News Roundup: Great Lakes Funding, Asian Carp, and More

As we head into the 4th of July weekend, here were some of the biggest Great Lakes restoration stories from last week:   The State of the Great Lakes 2017 Highlights Report has been released and delivers both good and … Continue reading

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