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State can limit water use, AG’s office argues

By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 4, 2009

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In a case that could have a major impact on water use in Massachusetts, the attorney general’s office argued before the state’s highest court yesterday that the Department of Environmental Protection can impose limits on the amount of water municipalities draw from aquifers, rivers, and lakes. (Full article: 464 words)

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