States divide and ready for legal battle on the carp.
Obama administration this week released a $78.5 million strategy for keeping the large, hungry carp from entering Lake Michigan through Chicago waterways.
The government says it's a solid plan, but critics are unhappy because it doesn't close two navigational locks through which the invasive carp might reach the lake.
Indiana joined Illinois on Thursday in opposing closure of the locks. Michigan and five other states want the U.S. Supreme Court to order them closed.
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