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A group of Senate Democrats will push legislation aimed at preventing chemical spills in the wake of West Virginia’s leak that left 300,000 residents without clean water for several days.

The state’s senators Joe Manchin (D) and Jay Rockefeller (D), along with Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) announced their plan to introduce the Chemical Safety and Drinking Water Protection Act when Congress returns from recess later this month.

The legislation bulks up states’ powers on oversight of chemical facilities like the Freedom Industries’ facility along Elk River, according to a statement from Manchin’s office.