Buttigieg Targets PFAS Cleanup, Lead Removal In Infrastructure Plan

January 10, 2020
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, IN, is pledging to boost funding for water infrastructure if elected, including targeting funds toward preventing and addressing contamination from perfluorinated chemicals, reducing lead in drinking water and boosting resiliency to climate change. “Pete will vigorously enforce existing laws so that corporations answer to the people and face penalties when they pollute the environment and communities. He will prioritize public engagement and participation when considering infrastructure projects for federal...

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