The U.S. Supreme Court has denied the state of Michigan's request for an injunction that would have closed two boat locks leading to Lake Michigan. The request was aimed at blocking invasive carp from entering the Great Lakes. Environmental lawyer Nicholas Schroeck explains why the state of Illinois, city of Chicago and local shipping interests were against the proposed closure.
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