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GOOD NEWS! The EPA proposed to reinstate clean water protections for streams and wetlands that supply drinking water to 117 million Americans! http://ow.ly/uWWOf  Original protections of the Clean Water Act were dismantled in the last decade by the Bush administration. As a result, 59% of America’s streams and 20 million acres of wetlands were left vulnerable to toxic pollution. Over half of our rivers and streams are in ‘poor’ condition, considered unfit for drinking, swimming, or fishing. http://ow.ly/uWWOf  The new proposed rule reinstates protections for many of those waters based on an analysis of thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies conducted by an EPA independent science advisory panel last year. The proposed rule must now be opened for public comment before the Obama Administration can move forward with finalizing it.

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    GOOD NEWS! The EPA proposed to reinstate clean water protections for streams and wetlands that supply drinking water to 117 million Americans! http://ow.ly/uWWOf Original protections of the Clean Water Act were dismantled in the last decade by the Bush administration. As a result, 59% of America’s streams and 20 million acres of wetlands were left vulnerable to toxic pollution. Over half of our rivers and streams are in ‘poor’ condition, considered unfit for drinking, swimming, or fishing. http://ow.ly/uWWOf The new proposed rule reinstates protections for many of those waters based on an analysis of thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies conducted by an EPA independent science advisory panel last year. The proposed rule must now be opened for public comment before the Obama Administration can move forward with finalizing it.

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