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Candidates mull controversial salmon-related legislation in 2023

'Our natural landscape does not care about our politics'

Salmon attempt to swim up Whatcom Creek on Sept. 21. The Lorraine Loomis Act would require 200-foot buffers in riparian waterways to protect dwindling salmon populations.
Salmon attempt to swim up Whatcom Creek on Sept. 21. The Lorraine Loomis Act would require 200-foot buffers in riparian waterways to protect dwindling salmon populations. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Environmental regulation and climate change remain hot-button topics in Washington state, particular

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