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At Dawn of Biden Administration, Opportunities for Water Systems-
With Democratic control of the Presidency and Congress, water programs could receive more attention.00
Wisconsin DNR board refuses to set early wolf hunt-
Wisconsin DNR officials pushed back against Republican legislators seeking to implement a wolf season immediately, saying a hunt is already scheduled for November.
The Great Lakes Are Bipartisan: As Biden takes office, remember the region’s votes were split-
In this column, GLN’s program director asks, as a new presidential administration takes over in Washington D.C., to what extent is there a Great Lakes mandate from voters?
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Federal Relief: Great Lakes fisheries finally get a cut of COVID-19 relief funds-
Great Lakes tribal fisheries were included in the $30 million allotted for tribal fisheries nationwide. Another $15 million was set aside for “non-tribal commercial, aquaculture, processor and charter fishery participants” in Great Lakes states.
Tribal leaders blast congressman opposed to Biden nomination-
Rep. Pete Stauber, a member of the House subcommittee on Indigenous Peoples, has been asking fellow lawmakers to join him in urging Biden’s transition team to withdraw Rep. Deb Haaland’s nomination.
Biden taps IU law professor Janet McCabe for No.2 EPA post-
The nomination is subject to Senate confirmation.
Biden climate team: “Hard work ahead” to rebuild climate efforts-
Members of President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team said rebuilding the government’s ability to combat climate change will be more difficult than initially thought.