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For the first time in United States history, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a rule that would give Indian Tribes the authority to identify polluted waters on their reservations and to create legally binding plans to clean up and restore those waters.

This new rule restores environmental justice to tribes and also would provide new resources to clean up polluted waters in Minnesota, even where political pressure or competing state priorities have blocked action. A comment from you would show the EPA that there is broad citizen support for the new rule providing tribal authority to clean up polluted waters.

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