A federal agency charged with developing plans for keeping the Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes will begin offering solutions two years ahead of schedule, according to a report from Reuters.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers earlier planned to finish a study of control options in 2015. Environmental groups criticized the timeline, and states and members of Congress turned to lawsuits and legislation to speed the study. Agencies have already spent $150 million on carp control efforts.
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