EPA approves parts of Washington state clean-water plan
from The Associated Press via The Spokesman-Review
The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday finalized water-quality rules for Washington state tied partly to how much fish people eat, approving some aspects of the state's plan but deciding in many cases to set stricter limits than the state had wanted. The action comes years after contentious debate over the issue of how clean the state's rivers and bays need to be so people can safely eat fish from those waters.
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