Capitol Hill: Tests Show High Levels of Lead in Drinking Water

HeadlineJul 01, 2016

On Capitol Hill, water tests have found high levels of lead in the drinking water in the Cannon Office Building. At least one drinking fountain tested had lead levels three times higher than the EPA safety limit. A USA Today investigation, launched in the wake of the Flint water poisoning crisis, found nearly 2,000 water systems across the United States contained high levels of lead contamination.

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