OAKLAND COUNTY: Speak Up for Safe Drinking Water in Michigan!

Michigan water utilities — led by Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash — are recklessly attempting to repeal one of our state’s strongest drinking water protections: the Lead and Copper Rule, which helps keep toxic metals out of our drinking water.

This is unacceptable — these protections are critical to securing safe drinking water for communities across the state and to ensuring that a disaster like the Flint water crisis never happens again. Every Michigander has a right to safe, sufficient, and affordable drinking water.

Tell Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash to stop any efforts to undo new safe drinking water protections for Michigan.

Every Michigander has a right to safe, sufficient, and affordable drinking water. Michigan’s Lead and Copper Rule is critical to making this happen by securing safe drinking water for communities across the state and ensuring a disaster like the Flint water crisis never happens again. Tell Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash to stop any efforts to undo new safe drinking water protections for Michigan.

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Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash

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I support Michigan’s Lead and Copper Rule

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