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Several Michigan members of the House of Representatives are asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not to close a regional office in Chicago even though a spokeswoman for the agency said there are no such plans.
This week, the city of Flint will mark the third anniversary of its ill-fated drinking water switch.
Congressman Dan Kildee sent a strongly worded letter to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Thursday opposing Nestle Ice Mountain's request to pump more groundwater out of a well near Evart.
Congressman Dan Kildee has re-introduced legislation that would require the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to update the Lead and Copper Rule within nine months and to lower the threshold for lead in water.