Baltimore Set To Ban Privatization of Water System
The law will make the city the first in the United States to protect its residents from the high costs that come with a privately-owned water utility.
STUDY: Pennsylvania's Communities of Color In More Danger From Health Consequences of Fracking
Researchers found a disproportionate number of people of color living near power plants.
STUDY: As Bottled Water Sales Rise in Communities of Color, So Do Environmental Dangers
A new study examines the role of big business in promoting to people of color—and pressuring politicians not to improve water infrastructure.
New Water Bill Passes Senate, Can Provide $270M to Lead-Affected Communities
Funding for Flint would begin immediately upon House approval.