LD 906, a bill currently in front of the Maine Legislature, is intended to support Tribal, federal, state, and local efforts to improve the quality of drinking water available to residents of the Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation and the City of Eastport. The current municipal water supply delivered by a state-regulated utility, Passamaquoddy Water District (PWD), is often discolored, odorous, and tainted with high levels of carcinogens known as Trihalomethanes (THMs). Background reading is available here and here. Join Passamaquoddy Tribal Representative Rena Newell and Corey Hinton, Attorney and Leader of Drummond Woodsum's Tribal Nations Practice Group, to learn more about this legislation and what is needed to advance this effort.