Government Affairs Committee Update Apr 2022

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Water Week Returns to In-Person Attendance:
After two years of meeting virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Water Week 2022 will return to an in-person format this year in Washington, D.C. with a full slate of meetings and events.

We are excited to have water professionals from around the country once again come together and advocate to federally elected officials and key policymakers the importance of ensuring all communities have access to clean, safe, reliable, and affordable drinking water.

Over the past two years, water policy has, and continues to be, front and center across the federal government. Whether in-person in D.C. or in your local community, continued engagement among the water sector during Water Week 2022 will be vital to further advancing key water policy priorities such as increasing federal infrastructure investment, addressing water affordability, supporting water research and development, and making our critical infrastructure more resilient. The pandemic has truly underscored the critical role the water sector plays in ensuring the health and well-being of all communities, and 2022 will be a critical year for advancing this message.

Please mark your calendars for Water Week 2022, April 24-30, when we will return in person to Washington, D.C. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

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