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Tribes Demand California Stop Allowing PacifiCorp to Stall Klamath Toxin Regulations
Regina Chichizola
“These dams produce toxic algae that is released into the Klamath at rates up to 3000 times what is considered safe for human contact, along with creating conditions that are lethal to fish.” explained Hoopa Tribal Council member Hayley Hutt.“Yet, California has allowed PacifiCorp to stall the process that would regulate the dams’ toxic releases for over six years. It is time for California to protect the water, and people who depend on it.”

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