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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Great Lakes Anti-Pollution Plan

Air Date: Week of April 9, 1993

Doug Johnson of Michigan Public Radio reports on a major new anti-pollution plan for the Great Lakes, which for the first time would impose common pollution standards in all eight Great Lakes states. The standards are aimed at reducing the flow of toxic substances into the lakes and the food chain.

Transcript

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