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Clean Water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency failed its nondiscretionary duty to issue a total maximum daily load for temperature pollution in the Columbia and Snake Rivers in Oregon and Washington, a federal complaint by Columbia Riverkeeper and others says.

SEATTLE – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency failed its nondiscretionary duty to issue a total maximum daily load for temperature pollution in the Columbia and Snake Rivers in Oregon and Washington, a federal complaint by Columbia Riverkeeper and others says.

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