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Luana Conley
August 10th, 2010

Renew America’s Water

Our water infrastructure is crumbling. Across the nation, a $22 billion shortfall in federal funding for water infrastructure projects causes broken pipes to discharge sewage into our drinking water supplies, and forces communities to privatize their water systems. The town of Pierce, CO is one such community grappling with these challenges.

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