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Does 'area of concern' equal 'critical'?

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House Bill 388, filed by Rep. Jim Fannin, D-Jonesboro, and Sen. Robert Kostelka, R-Monroe, and endorsed by Reps. Hollis Downs, R-Ruston and Mike Walsworth, R-West Monroe, was unanimously approved by the House Committee on Environment this week, and now heads to the House floor for further debate.
The Fannin-Kostelka bill would have the Louisiana Department of Natural Resource's Office of Conservation replace the term "critical designation" when dealing with water problems to "area of groundwater concern."

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