A top state public health official told a House of Representatives study committee on Monday that Georgia should require a full clearance inspection after... Georgia needs to update lead standards, official says

A top state public health official told a House of Representatives study committee on Monday that Georgia should require a full clearance inspection after a lead abatement inspection. Currently, according to Christy Kuriatnyk, director of the Georgia Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, all that’s required is a visual inspection.

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