The Dangers of Wall Street Water

by Brittany Alston, Senior Research Analyst

Photo by Noah on Unsplash

Health agencies and officials have made it clear that running water is essential to preventing the spread of the Coronavirus. But before mid March, millions of Americans with unpaid water bills and no running water were left wondering how to protect themselves against the virus. Though it took a global pandemic, we are left to wrestle…

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