Rules requiring that require testing drinking water for lead and copper have been on hold since 2009, when the tight budget crunch the state faced was at least partly to blame for stalling the proposal.
Rules requiring that require testing drinking water for lead and copper have been on hold since 2009, when the tight budget crunch the state faced was at least partly to blame for stalling the proposal. Jupiterimages Thinkstock photo
Rules requiring that require testing drinking water for lead and copper have been on hold since 2009, when the tight budget crunch the state faced was at least partly to blame for stalling the proposal. Jupiterimages Thinkstock photo

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Statewide schools water screening still sits on shelf

April 30, 2016 9:59 AM

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