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EPA says US falls short in shrinking dead zone in Gulf of Mexico

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MINNEAPOLIS — The U.S. is falling short of its goals to cut Mississippi River pollution and shrink the dead zone it creates in the Gulf of Mexico. Speaking in Minneapolis on Tuesday, Environmental Protection Agency officials said states in the river's watershed need to accelerate efforts to cut pollution from farm field runoff and discharges from sewage treatment plants. The Gulf's dead zone,...

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