"Updates to the critical Stream Protection Rule would have protected clean water and held large coal companies accountable whenever they polluted or destroyed small streams. Stopping this rule threatens the quality of our drinking water, and favors corporate polluters over people across Ohio and this country."
"The health of small streams is essential to safe drinking water. Approximately, 90 percent of Ohioans rely on rivers and streams for their drinking water. In Southeast Ohio, over 200,000 people get their drinking water from the small streams this rule would have covered."