No booze on the beaches. Keep those Jet Skis off the backwaters. And no more blasting away at ducks all day. Those are some of the potential changes for the upper Mississippi River as the federal government firms up a sweeping, $216 million-plus regulatory package. The plan could transform river life for the next decade and a half by limiting waterfowl hunting, camping and boating.
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