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To: Congress and the EPA

Investigate the Flint Water Crisis

Sign the petition: Demand Congress and the EPA to investigate the Flint water crisis.

Why is this important?

In 2014, news broke that the people of Flint, Michigan faced toxic lead poisoning from a contaminated water supply. Being one of the largest scale examples of environmental racism in our country, the consequences were devastating: more than 100,000 residents were exposed to elevated lead levels, including over 10,000 children, which could lead to a lifetime of developmental and physical ailments.

The 2016 presidential campaign came and went, with this issue coming up repeatedly on the campaign trail. Flint was a celebrated cause for many public figures. But that didn't bring a solution.

Three years later, today, the people of Flint are still at risk. Pipe replacement hasn't been completed in all impacted homes. Charges have been dropped against public officials who were in charge with no clear timeline for a new investigation. And we're still trying to figure out how the crisis got this bad.

It's time for a broader national intervention by the EPA, to get to the bottom of the Flint water crisis, and for Congress to make things right. The residents of Flint, who are majority Black and almost half live in poverty, deserve answers now.

Sign the petition: Demand Congress and the EPA investigate the Flint water crisis, and then get involved to ensure every resident of Flint has access to clean, safe drinking water.


2019-09-12 11:06:53 -0700

100 signatures reached

2019-07-13 17:28:45 -0700

50 signatures reached

2019-07-09 20:49:30 -0700

25 signatures reached

2019-07-08 10:42:29 -0700

10 signatures reached