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In Michigan, rising lake levels disturb sacred ground-
Along Lake Michigan’s shores, rising waters are eroding Indigenous Odawa burial sites.00
Michigan Dam Safety Task Force holds first virtual meeting-
The task force was formed following the Midland dam failures in May.
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Enbridge just wants a permit. Michigan critics want to bring down Line 5-
The case stems from a seemingly small detail in Enbridge’s larger quest to build a massive underground tunnel in the bedrock below the Straits.
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In a time of COVID-19, millions of Americans are plagued by water debt-
More than 1.5 million residential customers in the U.S. owe $1.1 billion to their water departments.