Not so clean water or air in Pence’s home state

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Two environmental groups say they’ll sue northwest Indiana steel company ArcelorMittal if the government doesn’t make it pay for environmental violations.

In August, the company’s Burns Harbor facility discharged excess cyanide and ammonia into the Little Calumet River, killing about 3,000 fish and forcing beaches to close temporarily

But the Hoosier Environmental Council and the Environmental Law and Policy Center say ArcelorMittal has had more than 100 other violations over the past four years.



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