About 140 people marched to the West Virginia American Water facility in Charleston on Saturday. They were delivering bills to the water company, for what their personal costs related to the region's water crisis.
Protesters outside West Virginia American Water on Saturday demanded that the company not charge them for water bills associated with contaminated water.
Paul Sheridan called West Virginia American Water Company on speaker phone at a protest in Charleston Saturday. Sheridan was calling to protest the fact that he, and others in the region, are being billed for contaminated water.