Clean drinking water is a human right, but even in the United States, people have to worry about whether their water is safe to drink.Our water pipes are getting old — some as old as Ford's first Model T. And too many are still made of lead. These aging pipes are putting the health of entire communities in danger – children’s health, in particular.The WATER Act — Water Affordability, Transparency, Equity and
Reliability — would provide dedicated funding by closing corporate tax
loopholes to keep our water and sewer systems up to date and protect our
drinking water for generations to come.Sign below to send a message to your U.S. Representative calling on them to support the WATER Act and fix our aging water systems!
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