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When we say "water" in Michigan, everyone thinks of Flint!  Our water problems are much bigger than one city - its a statewide issue!

While the Flint water crisis was a tragedy, the same problem exists all over the state and with our aging infrastructure lead levels are climbing in other cities.  Michigan is partly responsible for 20% of the worlds free fresh water and we are poisoning our fresh water system on a daily basis.  We are dumping 1.5 billion gallons of raw sewage into our fresh water every year.  This is why public beaches i.e. Metro Beach closed 3 times in 1 month from elevated ecoli levels.  This is unacceptable. 


Committee to Elect Earl Lackie
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