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Posted inEndocrine disruptors, Environment, Water Watch Wisconsin

Studies: Endocrine disruptors, cocaine common in Minnesota waters

Environmental experts said the discoveries in lakes, rivers and streams increase the pressure on Wisconsin to figure out what’s in its water. A key Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources official said that the state’s waters were likely also contaminated, but that the state had no money for such monitoring.