Back in 1972, the Federal Clean Water Act was passed by Congress and President Nixon, setting guidelines to ensure that our nation's rivers remain healthy and clean.
It has taken most states a long time to take action.
Some like New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Kansas, got their acts together quicker than others by drawing up widespread measures.
Many others, including Florida, dragged their feet - waiting until their backs were against the wall.
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