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Multi-million dollar restoration projects proposed for the Saginaw Bay watershed; paid with settlement money from corporate polluters-
Ten restoration projects, including wetlands and other wildlife habitat are proposed for the Tittabawassee, Shiawassee, and Saginaw rivers as well as Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay.00
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EPA to limit toxic ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water-
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed the first federal limits on harmful “forever chemicals” in drinking water.
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Detroiters can get another 1,125 gallons of water under discount program-
Detroit water rates have gone up 407% over the last 20 years, and 120% in just the last 10 years.
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U.S. Judge: Flint has 5 months to finish long-overdue lead pipe replacement-
The $97 million project was supposed to be done by 2020. Officials blame the pandemic, supply shortages and unreliable contractors for the delay.
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Ongoing battle to keep toxic chemicals at bay-
Outdated laws and chemicals that were approved without assessing for risk leave communities struggling to ward off contaminants before they foul drinking supplies.
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Report: MI and OH must spend hundreds of millions more annually to curb toxic blooms in Lake Erie-
A new report suggests Michigan and Ohio will fail to reduce nutrient runoff by 40% as agreed upon.