If effluent management systems while helping the

If the bill is signed by the President or approved by over two-thirds in both Houses of Congress, it will become a law (Chemerinsky, 2016). This will benefit families drinking the water, whether bottled or tap water. However the businesses might lose from the law. Water consumers will be at ease with the water in their area. They will also face less health problems from consuming contaminated water. The accessibility of the contaminants database will make families more informed about the water they drink. Research facilities in various states will also benefit. There will be more federal funding and assistance in their research. New equipment related to the research will also be purchased for the institutions. Research in this institutions will further the careers of researchers and employ more people into the research facilities. The businesses would feel the pinch as there will be more regulations on preservation of the environment. The discovery of an emerging contaminant released by an industry into the water will lead to an expensive restructuring of the manufacturing process. Other businesses would be forced to close down while others would have their names tarnished if discovered to have been contaminating water. President Donald Trump seeks to deregulate the environmental laws to make the states more business friendly. However, in Northern Carolina, residents are saying that there has been a lot of contamination by industries that the water is no longer safe to drink (Semuels, 2017). Enactment of this bill will make businesses rethink on their effluent management systems while helping the locals enjoy safe water.The bill will help the research institutions in various states and also the residents who consume water in these states. The bill however, is seeking help from a federal government headed by a president who does not support environmental regulations that prevent a free business environment. The institutions will benefit the most as they will be provided with better analytical support and testing facilities (S. 914, page 11). There is adequate funding by the federal government as setting up and maintaining the database will get a funding of up to 15 million dollars annually (S. 914, page 15). The bill provides for an improved research on emerging contaminants to prevent illness due to water contamination. The United States Geological Survey is also incorporated to know the distribution of contaminants and know where to focus resources on and prevent illnesses (S. 914, page 8). This will reduce patients with cases of poisoning by water contaminants. The responses to cases of water contamination through effective communication with audiences and treatment is also funded to be on high alert on cases of illness or contamination of water (S. 914, page 7). The patients would be treated promptly and the contaminant contained swiftly.