Urge Michigan to lead the way toward stronger drinking water protections!

Last year, we won a hard-fought legal battle in Flint, Michigan requiring Michigan provide Flint nearly $100 million to replace the city's dangerous lead pipes within three years.

But in order to ensure all lead pipes moving forward are replaced in the most effective way possible, the state must strengthen its Lead and Copper Rule — specific regulations aimed at protecting public health by minimizing lead in drinking water.

Tell Governor Snyder and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality that you support a strong Lead and Copper Rule.

After the disaster in Flint, Michigan says it wants to strengthen its Lead and Copper Rule to protect drinking water for state residents — but will it? Urge Governor Snyder and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to follow through and lead us toward a future with safer drinking water for all.

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Governor Rick Snyder and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Subject line:

Strengthen Michigan’s Lead and Copper Rule

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