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Alexandria, Va.’s sewer system is pouring millions of pounds of sewage into the Potomac River and its tributaries each year. The overflow has dragged locals into a feud in Richmond, where lawmakers disagree over how quickly Alexandria should be required to improve its outdated system that combines rainwater and sewage. In a rare partnership, environmental groups and many of the commonwealth’s Republican lawmakers agree that a faster timeline is necessary ––but is it possible? We discuss the issues at hand.
- Whitney Pipkin Staff Writer, Chesapeake Bay Journal; @whitneypipkin
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