WASHINGTON — Congressman Bill Huizenga, Republican co-chairman of the Great Lakes Task Force, led a bipartisan effort with 40 of his colleagues emphasizing the importance of infrastructure projects across the Great Lakes region.

Specifically, in a letter to R.D. James, assistant secretary of the U.S. Army for civil works, the bipartisan coalition outlined efforts to prevent Asian carp from entering the ecosystem, supporting the modernization of the Soo Locks and measures to mitigate the damaging impact of erosion.

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