Investigation about Jackson water crisi In Mississippi state government


By priya

october 23,2022

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according to the Environmental Protection Agency, which announced on Thursday  

"discriminated against the popular Black population in the City of Jackson on the basis of race" 

in late August or early September, leaving the state's largest city without dependable flowing water for nearly a week. 

Rights Act of 1964, which is  for  recipients of freedom funds from doing so. 

In a complaint submitted last month, the NAACP demanded that EPA Administrator Michael Regan 

"The first step is merely this deed. The NAACP and its allies will keep pushing Congress and the Biden Administration to hold state officials 

the Mississippi Department of Health says it "works with all eligible public water systems 

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