A report released last week by the Environmental Protection Division concluded that Georgia’s current watershed laws are sufficient to protect the state’s drinking water,... Environmental groups want more protection for Georgia water

A report released last week by the Environmental Protection Division concluded that Georgia’s current watershed laws are sufficient to protect the state’s drinking water, but several prominent environmental groups expressed concern with those findings, citing numerous documented cases of industry-caused groundwater contamination.

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