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Wisconsin enjoys the benefits of two Great Lakes and the Mississippi River. Between these waters, our state also has dense and sprawling forests, open prairies, and unique rock formations from glaciers in the last Ice Age. These natural wonders should be preserved for the use and enjoyment of all Wisconsinites. From tourism to complex manufacturing to agricultural production, Wisconsin’s diverse and robust economy benefits from protecting and preserving the earth. All of these elements that make up our home can continue co-existing together when we choose collaboration, compromise, and common sense. This constructive approach will ensure Wisconsin prospers while safeguarding natural resources for future generations.

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