Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says he needs $1 billion to spend on cleaning up toxic algae in Lake Erie and to protect other lakes and rivers in the state. The money would come out of this year’s new state budget, which DeWine will reveal Friday, and all of it would be set aside into a fund for water-related initiatives over the next decade. Read the full story by the Associated Press.
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