It’s no small thing to move an issue like lead service line replacement all the way to the White House. Growing recognition that there are still sources of lead in our drinking water systems and that they pose a real health risk has helped propel this issue to the top of the Administration’s agenda.
"As I listened to Vice President Harris speak, I was proud of Clean Water Action and the organization’s partnering with the City of Newark to knock on 7,000 doors to inform residents about this catastrophic problem and the critical importance of replacing lead service lines."
Update: The PFAS Prevention Package was introduced in the 2022 legislative session. all but one of the 8 bills made it into the final Environmental Omnibus bill in the House. Like most bills this year, it did not pass by the end of session. However, with the issue of these harmful “forever chemicals