Chicago outdoors: Big government

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Click here for Sunday’s column about how central big government has been to conservation issues around Chicago outdoors–Chicago River to Wolf Lake to the Kankakee River.

Without the Clean Water Act, for example, the Chicago River would still be just a sewer. Instead it has become a fishing spot and place to paddle and row; with even talk of swimming in it soon.

That’s a product of big government.

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