Great Lakes' maritime industry confronts EPA proposal
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Great Lakes' maritime industry confronts EPA proposal

Adolph Ojard, executive director of the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, talks about a proposed EPA mandate that would compel Great Lakes' vessels to burn cleaner fuel and upgrade their engines, and the impact it would have on the Duluth-Superior port. (Kari Lydersen/The Washington Post)

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