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Lead Paint Still Poses a Safety Risk for Millions of Americans
Even though lead paint was banned back in 1978, it remains a real and present danger in tens of millions of U.S. homes. In fact, more than 87 percent of homes built before 1940 in the U.S. have lead paint, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

San Francisco Examiner

A huge win for Bay Area recreation
San Francisco Examiner
Problem was, the Park Service never produced any studies that showed dogs negatively impacted the environment at any site in the GGNRA any more than people do. There is no significant environmental or safety reason to justify the draconian restrictions ...

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New York Times

Why Has the EPA Shifted on Toxic Chemicals? An Industry Insider Helps Call the Shots
New York Times
The E.P.A.'s abrupt new direction on legacy chemicals is part of a broad initiative by the Trump administration to change the way the federal government evaluates health and environmental risks associated with hazardous chemicals, making it more ...

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