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A federal judge invalidated the Lake Erie Bill of Rights, but that doesn't meant that conversations on water quality in Lake Erie are over.

About a month after appealing a federal judge’s decision to invalidate the Lake Erie Bill of Rights, or, LEBOR, the city of Toledo has dropped its appeal.

The city of Toledo is appealing a judge's decision to invalidate the Lake Erie Bill of Rights, or, LEBOR.

Lake Erie Bill of Rights is dead in the water, for now. Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Miller asks: what does it mean for farmers?

A federal judge struck down the Lake Erie Bill of Rights Feb. 27, calling the bill invalid in its entirety. 

Emails between an Ohio chamber member and a state representative's office revealed the chamber targeted the Lake Erie Bill of Rights with the budget bill.
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