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Trump’s rollback of US water protections nears completion

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Trump’s rollback of US water protections nears completion

Trump’s rollback of US water protections nears completion

Environmental groups say the change will allow developers to dump more contaminants in waterways, making it more difficult and expensive for downstream communities to treat drinking water to make it safe.

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Trump’s rollback of US water protections nears completion

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS SAY IT WILLPUT MORE CONTAMINANTS IN OURDRINKING WATER.




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