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CWC's 2017 Civic Engagement Program

ON Apr 06, 2018

CWC contacted 2,122 voters in Tulare County last fall to ask them about their drinking water!

¡Lea nuestras últimas noticias del mes de marzo!

ON Mar 30, 2018

Estamos a punto de que se vote a favor del Fondo económico para tener agua sana, limpia y económica, gracias a que el gobernador lo considera una prioridad y lo ha incluído en su presupuesto del 2018-2019. También más de 100 organizaciones lo apoyan y los residentes de distintas comunidades continúan presionando a los legisladores para que apoyen este importante Fondo y darle una solución a la crisis del agua. Los siguientes tres meses serán cruciales para ganar esta campaña. Manténgase en contacto con su legislador para pedirle que apoye y sea una prioridad para que todos tengan acceso al agua sana, limpia y económica. ¡Para apoyar y tomar acción oprima aquí!

March 2018 eNews

ON Mar 26, 2018

CWC eNews: World Water Day, New Report, Sacramento Action, Irvine Leadership Awards, and more!

Susana De Anda and Laurel Firestone receive a 2018 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award

ON Feb 21, 2018

This week, The James Irvine Foundation honored our founders, Susana De Anda and Laurel Firestone, as 2018 Leadership Award recipients. Each year, the James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards recognize individuals and organizations that display a commitment to innovation and a record of success in improving people’s lives, creating opportunity, and contributing to a better California.

Governor Brown Prioritizes Safe and Affordable Drinking Water for All in Budget

ON Jan 10, 2018

Governor Brown commits to ensuring the basic human right to safe and affordable drinking water for all Californians in his January proposed budget.

Looking Back on 2017

ON Dec 06, 2017

Small Communities Can't Solve Toxic Water Problems Without Help

ON Oct 24, 2017

Five years ago California became the first state in the nation to recognize access to safe, clean drinking water as a human right. Today, the reality for hundreds of communities throughout the state is they have tap water that’s too contaminated to drink and no money to clean it up.

2017 Legislative Wins and looking forward!

ON Oct 13, 2017

A look back on the 2017 legislative session and the work ahead in 2018.

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