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Long Island’s members of the U.S. House of Representatives made a bipartisan call for the federal Environmental Protection Agency to help protect water quality at home.

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Lawmakers passed a bill that will allow public water authorities to take water polluters to court in New York.

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Four Long Island environmental groups want Suffolk County lawmakers to introduce a ballot measure that would create a property tax or water bill to raise money for wastewater treatment.

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Nearly half a million water customers around New Haven could see their bills increase up to $43 a year.

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The New York State Assembly will consider a bill to ban 1,4-dioxane, a toxic chemical found in household products that has contaminated drinking water wells on Long Island.