By Linda Gibson
Gov. Eric Holcomb has until Wednesday, May 5th, to sign the bill or veto it. If he chooses neither action, the bill automatically becomes law. It would significantly narrow the number of Indiana wetlands protected from dredging, filling, dumping and polluting.
For an explanation of what wetlands are, what they do and why so many groups oppose the bill, see the letter whose link is presented in the previous blog post.