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Executive Order: Establishment of Great Lakes Interagency Task Force and Promotion of a Regional Collaboration of National Significance for the Great Lakes
President George W. Bush signs the executive order establishing his Great Lakes Interagency Task Force, with EPA Administrator Michael Leavitt and James Connaughton, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality, in the Oval Office Tuesday, May 18, 2004. The task force brings together ten agency and Cabinet officers to provide strategic direction on Federal Great Lakes policy, priorities and programs. White House photo by Paul Morse

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