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What do you think of EPA's proposed FY 2016 budget of $2.3 billion for Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds?
Budget increase demonstrates commitment to protecting the nation’s water resources but it's not enough to address current needs.
The budget increase will adequately address water quality needs.
Additional private investment options are needed to address water quality needs adequately.
Total votes: 88