The state Assembly last week passed a bill creating a process that author and state Rep. Joel Kitchens says would “allow families with failing wells or water treatment systems to get loans to repair or replace their wells and treatment systems so they can once again have clean, safe drinking water in their homes.”

The bill, AB 226, is being shepherded through the state Senate by Sen. Robert Cowles.

Another Kitchens bill, designed to improve accountability and transparency in the school choice program, also cleared the Assembly.

Here is a link to Kitchens’ press release on the bills, courtesy of The Wheeler Report.