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The lead author of a new report sheds light on how climate change, invasive species, nutrient pollution and other Great Lakes problems are interacting.
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Not everyone in the country has piped water at home. Study authors argue that water access in the U.S. is inseparable from housing and social inequality.
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By narrowing or repealing federal rules, the Trump administration has prioritized big business and reduced pollution protection for waterways.
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During the pandemic, the number of children being tested for lead poisoning has been cut in half.
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They could face a felony charge, serve up to four years in prison, pay a fine of up to $10,000, and cover environmental cleanup costs.
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The state is using federal CARES Act funding to help residents pay off past-due water bills that accrued during the pandemic.
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The Revere Dock was illegally storing limestone aggregate along the river when the site collapsed in late November 2019.
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Inadequate data hampers understanding of who is most affected by overdue water bills.
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CDC already moved to suspend evictions. Could water service be the next target for a national moratorium?
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Federal, state and local governments all have a hand in protecting public water systems and private wells from contamination.