A new report from the Associated Press and the University of California-Davis says that the worst drinking water is in Wisconsin, the nation’s second-worst state for drinking-water pollution.
That ranking was compiled using a list of the nation�s 10 worst states for drinking problems.
Here�s a breakdown of what we know about the worst states in the nation for drinking issues.
What�s the problem?
The number of people who die each year from drinking-related illnesses is rising across the country, but experts say it�s not as bad as it used to be.
Last year, there were nearly 3,000 deaths from drinking water-related causes, including cancer, heart disease and strokes, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report.
But the report shows that the number of deaths has gone down over the past few years, and some experts say that might be because people have stopped drinking or changing habits.
There are about 4,000 water systems in the U.S., but only about 20% of them meet federal guidelines for drinking, according the CDC.
The CDC estimates that the federal government spends $1.4 billion each year on drinking water systems.
The ranking includes only those states with at least 200,000 residents or more, which makes it an accurate representation of the states that most need help.
In some of the worst-hit states, the most dangerous drinking water has been tainted by chemicals, according that report.
The chemicals are linked to respiratory diseases, birth defects, birth deformities and other health problems.
But the report says the majority of states have the right measures in place to protect drinking water.
Many states require people to get an identification card with their water ID.
The states that require a permit also have a rule on how to handle contaminated water.
In other words, while the problem in many states is serious, they have all the safeguards in place, the report found.
What can I do to help?
States have laws to help keep drinking water safe.
But they can�t solve the problem if the government doesn�t do enough to protect people from dangerous substances.
The AP and the U-Davis report found that many of the biggest problems in drinking water are not caused by drinking-drinking chemicals, but by other factors, including a lack of water infrastructure and a lack to enforce regulations that make sure drinking water quality stays the same.