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Black communities are disproportionately impacted by unsafe drinking water, even in today's society. The NAACP urges state legislators to prioritize and enforce policies ensuring access to clean and safe water for all citizens.
The NAACP urges legislators to prioritize the integrity of our electoral process by establishing clear regulations on the use of AI in electioneering.
We urge legislators to stand against any measures that would dilute the quality and inclusiveness of our education system.
The NAACP calls on state legislators to actively support ACP by endorsing legislation that will stop the program from ending in March 2024.
Our state leaders must make every effort to re-enroll those who have lost Medicaid coverage, leveraging available data to verify eligibility or providing readily accessible support to complete the paperwork needed to confirm eligibility.
NAACP SC President: " This ruling will allow us to redouble our efforts to make sure tenants have the advice they need to respond to their evictions."
The new standard announced will decrease the allowable level of soot from 12 micrograms per cubic meter to 9 micrograms per cubic meter.
NAACP Drives Advocacy Groups, State Conferences, & Concerned Citizens to Participate in EPA Lead & Copper Rule Improvements
The EPA-led initiative seeks to address the lead-contaminated drinking water crisis that has plagued Black communities for decades.