Wisconsin, Minnesota collaborate on major lake clean-up project

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Officials in Wisconsin and Minnesota are getting close to finishing a plan to improve water quality in Lake St. Croix.Rich Kremer reports the states hope to cut phosphorus levels by 20-percent, or about 100 tons each year, to stop unsightly and sometimes toxic blooms of blue green algae.

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