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Michigan is the Great Lakes State, and we have a unique resource in our water resources as well as a responsibility to protect our water for current and future Michiganders. Clean Water Action has over 135,000 active members in Michigan who value our Great Lakes and protection of the water resources on which we all rely.

Our current Michigan Legislative Priorities and Policy Recommendations include:

Polluter Pay and Corporate Accountability for our Environment
Water Infrastructure and Contamination Investments
Addressing Environmental Racism and Injustice
Strengthening Public Trust Protections
Real Solutions to the Climate Crisis
Democracy and Money in Politics

Clean Water Action members and staff look forward to partnering with any and all lawmakers who are interested in pursuing the policy priorities and recommendations detailed in this document. If you are interested in learning more or are ready to champion any of these policies, please contact our Legislative and Policy Director Sean McBrearty or our Michigan Director Mary Brady-Enerson.

Download a PDF of our 2020-2021 Clean Water Action Michigan Policy Priorities.

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