Manny Teodoro, Texas A&M Associate Professor, writes an opinion piece on the Water Quality Accountability Act (WQAA). In the post, he discusses how the WQAA may provoke fear from those who don’t want to be responsible for, or pay for, water rate increases, but has the ability to “transform the politics of drinking water.”

He suggests that the state’s water leaders embrace the WQAA as an opportunity to find the balance between affordability, public health, and economic prosperity.

Read the full blog here.

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