A program to test water for lead at public schools in Georgia is under way. The test kits are free, and environmental advocates are encouraging... Lead testing programs launch as CDC lowers threshold level

A program to test water for lead at public schools in Georgia is under way. The test kits are free, and environmental advocates are encouraging schools to sign up. All licensed childcare centers in Georgia will be eligible for the program soon, too.

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