Minnesota takes lead in regulating ballast water to stop invasive species
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota jumped to the lead among Great Lakes states Tuesday night in the battle against invasive species with new rules regulating ballast water.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's citizens board voted 6-0 to require all ships releasing ballast water in Minnesota waters of Lake Superior to first treat that water starting in 2016.
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