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The Democratic governor directed the state Department of Natural Resources to begin drafting standards for the amount of highly fluorinated compounds known as PFAS allowed in surface, ground and drinking water.
The letter, also signed by top law enforcement officials from Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan, calls on federal lawmakers to provide states with money to help clean up drinking water supplies.
The state Department of Natural Resources is charged with putting the groundwater standard into administrative regulations, a process expected to take two to three years.
TRUMP: "Our water and our air today is cleaner than it ever was. ... Our air — it's the best it ever was." — Fox News interview Wednesday.
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