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July 15, 2013

State attorney general heading down the Wabash River with a mission

Asian carp wreaking environmental havoc

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INDIANAPOLIS —

Last summer, during his campaign for re-election, Zoeller traveled the Ohio River and stopped along the way to talk about the Asian carp threat and other issues impacting the river. He liked the trip so much, that he decided to travel the Wabash River this summer.

“We forget we have some of the most spectacular rivers in the U.S.,” Zoeller said. “We shouldn’t take them for granted.”

Maureen Hayden covers the Statehouse for the CNHI newspapers in Indiana. She can be reached at maureen.hayden@indianamediagroup.com.

 

 

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