In the past five years, the board controlling the amount of water flowing from Lake Superior into lakes Michigan and Huron has stepped up discharges, raising an outcry from a group representing property owners along the shoreline of Lake Michigan and potentially harming seasonal tourism. Read the full story by the Chicago Tribune.
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