Toxic Algae on Ohio Lawmakers’ Agenda

Columbus Dispatch: After stalling last year, both the Ohio House and Senate appear ready to move on efforts to deal with the Lake Erie toxic-algae problem that last summer choked off Toledo’s water supply. “I call this our ‘no excuses’ issue,” said Sen. Randy Gardner, R-Bowling Green, who is one of three GOP senators focusing on the matter. “We’ve got agreement on quite a bit of the algae-related issues. There’s no excuse for us to not complete work on this in a timely manner.” The House in November passed a......

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