Jackson Water Crisis Is Harbinger for Other Cities

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Floods in Jackson, Miss. inundated the city’s main water treatment plant, leaving most residents without drinking water. WSJ’s Rachel Wolfe says much of the nation’s water infrastructure is aging and in disrepair, and many cities could face their own impending crises.

Further Reading:

Jackson Water Crisis Forces Cities to Confront Their Own Aging Infrastructure 

Jackson Water Crisis Has No Clear End Date, Mississippi Officials Say 

Further Listening:

The Fight Over Water in the West 

One Town’s Fight Against ‘Forever’ Chemicals 

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