[USA] People in New Hampshire who collect seaweed beneath the light of stars are in fact breaking the law. Continue reading Seaweed-stealing miscreants may get reprieve from N.H. Legislature
[USA] Two state lawmakers who asked students to submit suggestions for a “Dumbest Law” contest say they got dozens of entries in an effort to decide which law is most worthy of being repealed. Continue reading NH seaweed law picked by middle schoolers as state's dumbest law
The practice of dredging barge-loads of silt, sand, and clay from the bottom of Lake Erie, Maumee Bay, and Maumee River shipping channels and dumping it elsewhere in the lake has been a target of environmentalists fordecades. Continue reading Water-quality law dredges up unrest
The real strength of Senate Bill 1 — the “Clean Lake Erie Act” signed into law April 2 by Gov. John Kasich — is the breakthrough legislative willingness it demonstrates to impose mandatory requirements on Ohio farms to control the runoff contributing to toxic algae formation in Lake Erie. Continue reading State finally launches law to reduce toxic algal blooms
PORT CLINTON – Two state representatives want the state to set standards for acceptable and dangerous levels of toxin from algae in Ohio drinking water.
There are no state or federal regulations for how much toxin, which can cause Continue reading Legislators seek law on algal toxins in drinking water