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2010-3-3SAVANNAH, MO. | By: Wayman
But senator Brad Lager is defending his actions. Lager chairs the senate committee on the environment and has issued a report criticizing the department of natural resources' handling of E-Coli discovered in the lake. Lager suggests water quality oversight be transferred to the department of health. Democrat Timothy Green calls the inquiry a quote "Political Witch Hunt". Senator Green and his colleagues want more study done before any transfer of responsibility for water quality takes place.