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Programs find new life for items including rejected carrots, NFL banners, and discarded clothing.
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On Jan. 25, Bridge Michigan environment reporter Kelly House will moderate a Zoom discussion about the priorities for water in the 2023 Michigan Legislature.
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From polluter pay laws to plastic bag bans, Democrats and environmental advocates hope to reverse Republican-passed laws.
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Biden signed a bill that directs the Army Corps of Engineers on infrastructure projects to protect against storms worsened by climate change.
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A bill would require inspection of septic systems when homes are sold. It’s meant to address worries that old systems are failing.
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Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ administration is trying again to limit the levels of a group of chemicals known as PFAS in Wisconsin’s groundwater.