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(Olympia, WA)  --  A proposed clean-water rule released by the Washington Department of Ecology is similar to a policy Governor Jay Inslee outlined in October.  The "Spokesman-Review" reports the rule would update state standards for limits on pollution to ensure that the state's waters are safe enough for people and wildlife.  The new rule would include raising the estimated level of fish consumption used in pollution risk calculations from one serving a month to one serving a day.  The state is seeking public input on the draft rule through April 22nd.

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