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On Thursday, September 22, yet another train derailment sent thousands of gallons of ethanol pouring into the Mississippi River. Rep. Keith Ripp, chair of the Assembly’s transportation committee, has done nothing to alleviate the now common disasters.
Expert says: "As long as the lead pipe is there, no one should consider the water safe to drink."
The Natural Resources Board approved an outline for groundwater protection rules – rules that were narrowed by Governor Scott Walker and the Department of Natural Resources after meeting with dairy business operatives.