Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Indiana Approves Great Lakes Compact: Will Wisconsin Get On Board?

Indiana became the third state to approve the Great Lakes Compact, and with a bill through the New York state legislature awaiting the Governor's signature, half of the eight Great Lakes states have already signed on the dotted line.

The only holdouts appear to be Ohio and, yes, Wisconsin, where righty legislators, ginning up arguments about property rights and scary veto scenarios, are threatening to kill the entire US-Canada water resource management plan that has been seven years in the making.

Details here.

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