Lead pipes in Flint, Michigan are finally being replaced

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People in Flint, Michigan still can’t turn on a tap to get clean drinking water, but hopefully that will change soon. The Senate just passed a bill providing $170 million to replace lead-contaminated pipes in the beleaguered city. But the victory could come at the cost of decreased environmental protections in the Bay-Delta estuary in California.

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