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Idaho DEQ wants $300K to study fish consumption

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Environmental regulators want $300,000 to study just how many fish Idaho residents really eat, to help determine toxics criteria meant to protect people's health without putting unduly strict limits on pollution that industry and others can legally discharge into the state's waterways. Department of Environmental Quality Director Curt Fransen told the Senate Resources and...

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