Citizens from across W. Va. take water fears to Capitol

CHARLESTON — Environmental groups gathered at the state Capitol this week, hoping to convince lawmakers that the Jan. 9 Elk River chemical spill is proof that major changes are needed in how West Virginia protects its water.

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