Ellen Kickmeyer

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In California's Central Valley, there's uranium in the drinking water. Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of kidney damage and cancer from long exposure.

Uranium Contamination in the Central Valley

In California's Central Valley, there's uranium in the drinking water. Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of kidney damage and cancer from long exposure.

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