Saturday, April 14, 2007

State Sen. Mary Lazich has been urging the now-stalled Great Lakes legislative study committee to carefully study the writings of a Colorado professor who believes that the four-year-old effort to put conservation language and Great Lakes water diversion procedures should be scrapped.

Now there's a helpful suggestion.

This isn't the first time that Lazich asked the committee to look carefully at an out-of-state opinion that seems to have raised more questions than answers.

Lazich sent the committee a letter from an Ohio state legislator, posted on the Committee's website, that worried about all sorts of things on behalf of Wisconsin landowners.

This is the letter.

And this is a memo back to the committee from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources about the Ohio letter.

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