A judge struck down the ill-conceived Lake Erie Bill of Rights, voted into being in a Toledo, Ohio, election as a way to look like Something Was Being Done about Great Lakes pollution but — in the way it allowed anyone to sue anybody over anything — was little more than an instrument of legalized harrassment. Judge Jack Zouhary, in criticizing the law’s overly broad reach, noted a lakes-protection ordinance in Madison, Wis., that had the same stated goal as the labored LEBOR, but managed to survive a legal challenge.