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October 28th 2011

Coalition Update: News you can use

With winter approaching, it’s time to do a little fall cleaning. Here’s an update of recent activities involving members of the HOW Coalition and new studies that coalition members will find interesting.

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August 5th 2009

Sen. Sherrod Brown promotes Great Lakes initiative in Cleveland

People around the Great Lakes might not like their tax dollars heading off to Washington each year, but this year a good portion of those dollars are expected to come back home. The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative would provide at … Continue reading

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June 6th 2008

13-City Boat Tour Kicks Off Today, Highlighting Need to Restore Great Lakes

Coalition Calls for Presidential Candidates to Stand up for Great Lakes Restoration BUFFALO, N.Y. (June 6, 2008)—The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition is launching a 13-city boat tour today in Buffalo, N.Y., to highlight the need to restore the Great … Continue reading

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April 18th 2008

Making the Case for the Great Lakes Collaboration Strategy

The Brookings Institution published a report last year that analyzed the economic impact that restoring the Great Lakes would have on the eight states surrounding the lakes. The authors found that by investing $26 billion the region would reap more … Continue reading

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April 16th 2008

New Analysis: Restoring Great Lakes Will Bring Major Lakeside Cities Each $200 Million to $13.3 Billion in Economic Gains

Passage of federal, state, and local legislation to fund restoration needed to realize potential gains Ann Arbor, MI (April 16, 2008)—A new analysis finds that major Great Lakes cities will see economic gains between $200 million to $13.3 billion if … Continue reading

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