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Conn. AG Tong Backs EPA Water Monitoring Proposal

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Connecticut Attorney General William Tong and 19 state attorneys general backed the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to strengthen monitoring of public water systems for PFAS chemicals.

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Thousands of Long Islanders have drinking water with contaminants that exceed state standards, according to a new report by an environmental advocacy organization.

C19: Long Islanders Drinking Contaminated Water

Mar 24, 2021
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A new report says thousands of Long Islanders are drinking contaminated water. The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut wants its ex-Chief of Police to pay up after a job rigging scandal, Alex Jones is confronted by Yale students, and how one organization is empowering women to finish their education.

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The Town of Riverhead, Long Island, has filed a suit against three companies for allegedly contaminating the town’s drinking water supply.

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U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has introduced a bill that would ban the use of firefighting foam that contains cancer-causing PFAS chemicals.

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