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Great Lakes History in the Making: Our Take on Waukesha


6/22/2016

This week, the Governors of the Great Lakes states decided that Waukesha, Wisconsin can divert water from Lake Michigan for its public water system. Representatives of the Governors serve as the Great Lakes Compact Council, a body created in 2008 under state and federal law to protect and manage the Great Lakes.

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