As usual you didn't even read the info which you posted.
This article is about drinking water treatment systems (plants).
Nowhere is "fracking" mentioned. Just more misinformation from you.
Then you make the misleading statement that "fracking" is one of the biggest users of water in the state (Pennsylvania). COMPLETELY FALSE.
Personal use , Industry, Agriculture and recreation (golf courses etc.) all use far more water than "fracking". In fact "fracking doesn't even come close. More misinformation.
As usual - Misinformation, stacked on top of misinformation, stacked on misinformation and so on.
The hypocrisy of the radical left is entertaining.
This article is about a drinking water treatment plant in Pittsburgh, PA. The article blames the situation on Republicans. Because as we all know, Republicans hate clean water.
The ironny and hypocrisy is this, if you are familiar with Pittsburgh and surrounding Allegheny County, you know , that it is not a Republican stronghold. In fact the Democrats have had a stranglehold on government there for at least 60 years.
Those who live in glass houses should not be throwing stones.
Don't you agree Paul?
So federal government officials are warning state government officials that a city government water plant is not up to par and more government regulations should fix it? Got it