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Two anglers are silhouetted by the rising sun over Lake Superior at the mouth of the Lester River in Duluth last November. Federal legislation is expected to help protect the Great Lakes and keep commerce moving on Lake Superior and the other lakes. (File / News Tribune)

Congressman's view: Bill locks carp out of Minnesota, opens up Great Lakes shipping

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For those of us who live, work and play here in the Northland, the massive Water Resources Reform and Development Act marks a milestone: creating good new jobs by boosting commerce through Duluth and the Great Lakes while protecting our cherished and profitable sport-fishing industry from invasive Asian carp.

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