PFAS Meets Politics

PFAS Meets Politics

The people who represent local government in Wisconsin are on-board with the plan from lawmakers to clean-up PFAS contamination from local water supplies.

Lawmakers this week approved a plan that would help local communities pay to test their water for PFAS chemicals, and help pay for projects to clean their water if PFAS is found. Governor Evers doesn’t like the plan because he says it limits the power of the DNR to sue over PFAS pollution. The e League of Wisconsin Municipalities, the Wisconsin Counties Association, and the Wisconsin Towns Association yesterday said the plan from lawmakers would help the local governments that are ‘on the frontline and in the trenches’ of providing safe drinking water to the people of Wisconsin.

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