Charter Boat Captains from Around the Region Calling on Congress to Separate the Great Lakes and Mississippi River

Posted on August 3, 2016 by

Freshwater Future and the Ohio Environmental Council held a press conference yesterday with Great Lakes charter boat captains.

A great number of news entities around the basin included coverage, including:

Toledo Blade

Michigan Public Radio

CBS Chicago

The Buffalo News

News Outlets highlighting the Associated Press article include:

The Washington Times
ABC 12 Michigan
The Baytown Sun
Lufkin Daily News
West Plains Daily Quill
KXRA Newstalk Radio
Press of Atlantic City
The Courier Times
Dothan Eagle
The Houston Chronicle
The Roanoke Times
Herald Argus
Argus Press
Review Times
The Dispatch
NBC 15 Madison, WI
Tulsa World
ABC 18 Eau Claire, WI
Cadillac News
Bristol Herald Courier
The Public Opinion

Thank you for the coverage on this important issue!


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