- Create a harmful algal bloom coordinator within the U.S. EPA;As for that last bullet point, Scene's extensive coverage of the battle between the Port and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers on dredging the Cuyahoga River is well worth your time.
- Solidify the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative with $300 million per year in funding through 2021;
- Require the U.S Army Corps of Engineers to adhere to state water quality standards, preventing the agency from dumping polluted sediment dredged from Cleveland Harbor and the Cuyahoga River shipping channel directly into Lake Erie without Ohio EPA approval.
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