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Calif. Town Fights for Clean Tap Water

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Calif. Town Fights for Clean Tap Water

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Calif. Town Fights for Clean Tap Water

Calif. Town Fights for Clean Tap Water

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Alpaugh, a small rural community in California's Central Valley, went without clean running water for over two years. A run-down water system left hundreds of residents with poisoned and unusable water.

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