Newsmakers: Changing Public Perceptions of PFAS Water Contamination

Wisconsin policymakers are struggling to agree on solutions to address PFAS pollution in drinking water, meanwhile the federal government has just issued even lower standards for the state to meet to ensure water safety. Surveys show Wisconsinites are paying attention, making water quality a key voter issue. On April 15, 2024, WisconsinEye’s Newsmakers features a conversation with Dr. Amber Wichowsky of Marquette University who is conducting public opinion research on this topic, along with Emily Berge, Eau Claire City Council President and President of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities. (Brought to you by Nicolet National Bank).

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Newsmakers: Changing Public Perceptions of PFAS Water Contamination
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