Clean Water Rule

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Opposition to Clean Water Act Loophole

June 17, 2019

On June 7th, Clean Water Action’s National Field Canvass delivered 390 postcards and over 800 letters to the Environmental Protection Agency from Clean Water Action members across the country in opposition to the Administration’s proposed loophole to the Clean Water Act.

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Trump’s Dirty Water Rule Threatens Virginia’s Waters

April 3, 2019

Virginia greatly depends on Clean Water Act protections for safe drinking water, healthy wildlife habitats and profitable industries reliant on clean water. The Environmental Protection Agency’s unprecedented proposed rollback of Clean Water protections directly conflicts with these priorities. The Dirty Water Rule would have numerous adverse impacts on:

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Clean Water Rule = Critical to Maryland

May 30, 2015

Having a healthy water source is critical to our economy. From agriculture, to wildlife, to craft brewing, and clean tech, clean water is the lifeblood to it all. Headwater and seasonal streams feed the drinking water sources of two out of every three Marylanders.

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A Big Win for Our Water in Maryland

May 29, 2015

As field organizers with Clean Water Action, we inform residents about environmental issues and ask them to contact elected officials to take action.

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The Health of Virginia’s Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay Depends on the Clean Water Rule

May 29, 2015

This week we are celebrating the release of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Water Rule, which restores Clean Water Act protections to tributary streams and wetlands.