Fishing groups boxed out of Great Lakes fisheries negotiations

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A fishing coalition can’t intervene in negotiations between five Native American tribes, the United States, and Michigan over who gets to manage Great Lakes fisheries, the Sixth Circuit ruled Tuesday. The Coalition to Protect Michigan Resources has been allowed to participate in negotiations as an amicus, but moved to intervene because it says that Michigan is no longer adequately representing its interests. Read the full story by Bloomberg Law.

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