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I wonder what it would take to really make it safe to eat fish from impacted waterways and the bay at these high rates of consumption. Could it be done by just severely restricting current inputs from farms and industry? Or would it require an end to dredging, which rereleases gold rush era mercury from beneath sediment?

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