The Midwest and the Northeast are engaged in a high-stakes game of finger-pointing over air pollution again - and, as in years past, those who live in America's heartland are largely unaware that Great Lakes water quality is as affected by these legal spats as the air they breathe and the price they pay for electricity.
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