Thanks to President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, every state in America is now on track for much-needed investments in securing clean drinking water for all Americans. Currently, up to 10 million American households and 400,000 schools and child care centers lack access to safe drinking water. That’s why the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will expand access to clean drinking water for households, businesses, schools, and child care centers all across the country. 

Over the last few days, local news outlets from Wyoming to Massachusetts highlighted how the deal will invest in water infrastructure and eliminate lead service pipes all across the country — from rural towns, to large cities, to Tribal Nations and disadvantaged communities that need it most. See the coverage for yourself:

In Michigan: WNEM: State receives $213M to improve water infrastructure
In Wisconsin: WPR: Wisconsin receives $142M to combat water challenges under bipartisan infrastructure law
In Minnesota: MinnPost: There’s big money for water quality issues in the federal infrastructure bill. What that means for Minnesota.
In Iowa: The Gazette: $110M coming to Iowa for water, wastewater work
In South Dakota: Argus Leader: $60M boost from federal stimulus for water projects part of South Dakota’s next budget
In Louisiana: KTBS: Louisiana to receive $101M from Biden infrastructure bill as soon as Monday
In Arizona: KYMA: EPA announces over $109 million in water infrastructure funding for Arizona
In Wyoming: Casper Star Tribune: Wyoming gets $63 million for water infrastructure
In Pennsylvania: The Philadelphia Inquirer: Pa. will get $240M, and N.J. $169M, for clean water issues under bipartisan infrastructure bill
In New Jersey: N.J. to get $169M for clean water under Biden’s infrastructure law
In Vermont: Vermont Business Magazine: Vermont gets $63 million for clean water and wastewater revolving loan funds
In Massachusetts: Massachusetts Getting Millions In Water Infrastructure Funding
In New Hampshire: The Eagle-Tribune: NH getting $72.6M to update water systems


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