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With lawsuits stalled in Michigan, Nessel seeks Line 5 shutdown in Wisconsin-
The attorney general on Wednesday filed a brief in Wisconsin federal court supporting a Native American tribe’s effort to shut down the Line 5 pipeline over fears of a rupture into a river that runs through tribal land.00
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Anishinaabe tribes work to save a fish significant to their culture and an important source of protein-
Native American tribes are working with university researchers and others to determine why whitefish, an important source of protein, is declining.
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EPA wants Native American tribes to implement water quality standards equivalent to the Clean Water Act’s requirements-
The U.S. EPA proposes federal baseline water quality standards for lakes and streams on reservations.
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Michigan tribes, state reach tentative deal on Great Lakes fishing access-
Under the deal, tribal fishers could use gillnets in more places to cope with declining whitefish populations.