Opinion editorial from the Washington Post:
"Fountains were once a revered feature of urban life, a celebration of the tremendous technological and political capital it takes to provide clean drinking water to a community. Today, they’re in crisis. Though no one tracks the number of public fountains nationally, researchers say they’re fading from America’s parks, schools and stadiums."
"In short, we don’t trust public fountains anymore. And it’s making us poorer, less healthy and less green."
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