Congressional delegation asks US to tackle Navy’s fouled water

  • Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, looks on after asking a question, during the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation on Capitol Hill on Wednesday in Washington. (Tom Brenner/The Washington Post via AP, Pool)

HONOLULU — Hawaii’s congressional delegation on Thursday asked House and Senate leaders to make sure the military spends whatever money it has available to address the contamination of Pearl Harbor drinking water by a Navy fuel storage facility that has leaked petroleum.