Repairing the leaks in drinking water regulations
from The Regulatory Review
The drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan, captured the attention of much of the nation and spurred responses from both state and federal regulators. Several months after the crisis, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decided to consider making significant long-term revisions to its Lead and Copper Rule, which regulates lead in drinking water. During a time of increased public scrutiny, these revisions raise the question of how regulators can improve regulations to prevent another drinking water crisis.
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