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Algae, fueled by excess nutrients, are a blooming crisis in the Great Lakes and beyond, causing economic and environmental harm and threatening public health. Legal and scientific experts from across the nation and Canada tackled the algae problem at the 13th annual Great Lakes Water Conference at the University of Toledo College of Law.
Bradley Klein an attorney in Chicago spoke at the conference.
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