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Paper: 'Interstate Groundwater Resources: The Federal Role'

Ah, serendipity! While looking for something else I stumbled upon this paper authored by John D. Leshy of the UC Hastings College of the Law: Interstate Groundwater Resources: The Federal Role. Although it was published in 2008 I'm guessing that not a lot has changed. That may be a bad...
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