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News Release | Environment America

Statement: EPA bans some bee-killing pesticides

Even with this announcement, there are still too many forms of this insecticide class available. With that in mind, we must remember that states remain one of our best hopes for addressing the problem.

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News Release | Environment America

Statement: Congress holds three hearings on PFAS contamination

Congress is holding three hearings today to address widespread drinking water contamination from toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). It’s encouraging to see lawmakers cross the aisle to tackle threats to the environment and public health together. Today’s hearings and the recent flurry of activity around PFAS demonstrate the public’s pervasive concern about these toxic chemicals. We urge Congress to adopt policies that truly keep our drinking water safe.

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News Release | Environment America & U.S. PIRG

Statement: It’s finally “Infrastructure Week;” House committee to hold hearing

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is holding a full committee hearing Wednesday on the Leading Infrastructure for Tomrrow's America Act (“LIFT America Act”). The LIFT America Act would dedicate funds to rebuild and modernize the United States by expanding access to broadband, rehabilitating drinking water infrastructure, modernizing the electric grid and energy supply infrastructure, and protecting public health and the environment.

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News Release | Environment America

Statement: Congressional hearing highlights PFAS proposals to protect drinking water

The U.S. House held a hearing today to discuss ways to remedy widespread pollution from per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Members of the Committee on Energy and Commerce have introduced a group of 13 bills over the past several months to address this pervasive contamination.

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Report | Environment America Research and Policy Center

Blueprint For Tomorrow

Infrastructure is at the heart of America’s greatest challenges. The infrastructure investments made by generations past have contributed to improved health and welfare, and to the nation’s unparalleled economic prosperity. But the infrastructure decisions of the past have also cast a long shadow, leaving America to deal with the burden of lead water pipes that jeopardize our children’s health, fossil fuel pipelines that contribute to global warming, and transportation and solid waste infrastructure that no longer serve today’s needs.

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