Dayton, lawmakers eye invasive species
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota policymakers want to quickly launch a long discussed war on plants and animals invading the state.
Asian carp, including ones that jump out of the water and hit boaters, are the most publicized invasive species. While those carp have not arrived in Minnesota, much smaller zebra mussels, spiny waterfleas and the Eurasian watermilfoil plant already are common in areas.
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