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States Need to Go Back to the Well and Leverage SRF Dollars

By Rob Moore Originally published here Over the next few decades, the United States is facing a $1 trillion shortfall in water infrastructure funding. To close this gap, more federal funding is needed. States could be doing much more to leverage federal funding they...

Stopping the Dirty Water Rider

Stopping the Dirty Water Rider

The bottom line is this: you’re either for clean water or you’re not. You stand with people across the country to safeguard drinking water sources or you want to protect the profits of special interests and corporate polluters.

Press Releases

Trump Administration Undermines Clean Water Protections

“Today’s action is an unlawful attack on the drinking water of more than 100 million Americans. Once again, the administration has defied administrative law by ramming a fatally-flawed rule through in a matter of weeks with no meaningful opportunity for public comment and no rational basis for the delay. The administration has left us no choice but to defend America’s waterways in court.”

Trump Leaves Drinking Water in Limbo

“The Trump administration is showing it would rather rig the system against clean water and public health. This outrageous delay threatens the livelihoods of families, businesses, and communities that rely on streams, wetlands, and the drinking water sources the Clean Water Rule is meant to protect.”

Ruling: Clean Water Rule Cases To Be Heard In District Courts

“We urge the Trump administration to protect clean water and create certainty for stakeholders by swiftly moving to defend and implement the smart, targeted protections of the rule. The Clean Water Rule is still the law of the land and is still the best way to protect our nation’s waters, while respecting private property rights. We will continue to fight to defend clean water in the courts, the agencies, and in Congress.”

Clean Water Action: After Supreme Court Loss EPA Should Protect Clean Water Now

“There is no excuse for EPA and the Army Corps to continue delaying protecting  streams, wetlands, and our drinking water from polluters. The Trump administration should do what any responsible administration would do  ─ implement the Clean Water Rule wherever possible and vigorously defend it in the federal district courts. This would provide clarity to stakeholders across the nation while ensuring that the drinking water for 1 in 3 of us is protected.”

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