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This 2021 photo provided by Cheri Burness shows Burness and her family, including dog Lilikoi, in car in Honolulu. Hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor have complained of stomach pain, nausea and other health ailments amid concerns the Navy's water system may have been contaminated by a fuel leak.(Cheri Burness via AP)

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This provided by Cheri Burness shows Miranda Burness and the family dog Lilikoi in car in Honolulu on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. Hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor have complained of stomach pain, nausea and other health ailments amid concerns the Navy's water system may have been contaminated by a fuel leak.(Cheri Burness via AP)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan stands near the Marathon Petroleum Refinery as he conducts a television interview, while touring neighborhoods that abut the refinery, in Reserve, La., Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. Regan visited St. John and St. James parishes on a tour he called "Journey to Justice." The five-day trip from Mississippi to Texas in mid-November highlighted low-income, mostly minority communities adversely affected by decades of industrial pollution. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan, right, confers with city engineer Charles Williams at the O.B. Curtis Water Treatment Plant, a Ridgeland based facility near Jackson, Miss., about longstanding water issues that have plagued the city, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. The visit was one of several stops in a week-long "Journey to Justice" tour through Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, spotlighting longstanding environmental concerns in historically marginalized communities. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan, right, speaks to reporters at the O.B. Curtis Water Treatment Plant, a Ridgeland based facility near Jackson, Miss., about longstanding water issues that have plagued the city, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. The visit was one of several stops in a week-long "Journey to Justice" tour through Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, spotlighting longstanding environmental concerns in historically marginalized communities. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan talks with Brenda Bryant, left, and other members of the group Rise St. James, as he tours a neighborhood next to the Nu Star Energy oil storage tanks, in St. James Parish, La., Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. "We are actually sandwiched in. And I'm the meat,″ Bryant told Regan, who assured her that she and others he met with "will have a seat at the table″ as officials develop solutions for long-ignored communities. Regan visited St. John and St. James parishes on a tour he called "Journey to Justice." The five-day trip from Mississippi to Texas in mid-November highlighted low-income, mostly minority communities adversely affected by decades of industrial pollution. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan addresses community leaders at a roundtable discussion with community leaders over environmental justice concerns in impacted communities Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, in Jackson, Miss. The discussion was the first event in a week-long "Journey to Justice" tour through Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, spotlighting longstanding environmental concerns in historically marginalized communities. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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EPA Administrator Michael Regan listens as resident Shannon Rainey speaks during tour of Gordon Plaza neighborhood in New Orleans, on Wednesday Nov. 17. Regan says a recently completed “Journey to Justice” tour from Mississippi to Texas enabled him to put "faces and names with this term that we call environmental justice.″ The five-day tour in mid-November highlighted low-income, mostly minority communities adversely affected by industrial pollution. (AP Photo/Matthew Daly)