3 Attorneys General Pushing for Wall to Block Asian Carp from Entering Great Lakes

Three attorneys general, including Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette say a concrete wall should be built to block Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes.

They say building a concrete wall would divide the Great Lakes and Mississippi Watersheds, which would cost less than $6 million and is cheaper and more effective than the current federal plan.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers currently backs a $275 million plan to build electric barriers and water cannons at a lock and dam between the Illinois River and Lake Michigan.