Maine water quality debate pits Penobscot Nation against paper industry

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State environmental officials last week heard arguments on a statute that would give Maine some of strictest standards for water quality in the country.

Representatives for the Penobscot Nation and environmental groups support tighter restrictions on waterways that tribal members use for sustenance fishing.

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Source: The Center Square

 

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