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Will greed and threats win out over the future of OUR Great Lakes?

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I should add short-sightedness also to greed and threats - our Great Lakes need help from everyone including companies who make money off of them. We need to be prepared to force reasonable expense on these companies if they won't adopt them in a timely manner on their own to stem the tide of aquatic invaders in our prescious waters. If Michigan holds steady and strong, other states and provinces will follow. Then the companies will no longer be able to threaten going to other ports, but actually have to put out some money to do their part to protect our Great Lakes.

Will permits hurt shipping industry?
New rules may steer ships away from Michigan
Maureen Feighan | / The Detroit News
December 28, 2006

Shipping industry leaders are warning that Michigan's sour economy could take another hit if state officials move forward with a landmark plan to regulate ballast water in oceangoing ships...continue

Help stop invasive spcies. Don't move fish between unconnected bodies of water. Clean, drain and dry your boat before launching on another water body.
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