Changes to the Clean Water Act proposed by the current administration threaten to weaken protections for critical habitats in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
The current administration’s proposed changes to the Clean Water Act could drastically remove protections that help keep our water clean, putting important ecosystems at risk.
The Clean Water Act was established in 1972 to safeguard water quality and watershed health across the United States, but proposed changes are now putting this important legislation at risk.
The Endangered Species Act has supported work that has prevented the extinction of 99 percent of the species it has protected. That work is now under threat.
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