Environmental groups are hoping legislation to address emerging contaminants in Michigan will move during the lame duck session. But lawmakers say there isn’t enough time to pass the bills – and any action will likely wait until next session.
PFAS chemicals are a family of contaminants that are polluting water across the state.
The Michigan League of Conservation Voters says it wants the Legislature to address the issue.
Katie Parrish is with the League. She says some bills have been waiting for a year.