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It’s been three years since the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan began. They’re still drinking bottled water there.

Some LA neighborhoods face higher lead levels than Flint

It’s been three years since the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan began. They’re still drinking bottled water there.

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Some areas of California have worse lead levels than Flint, Michigan. In one Fresno neighborhood, there are three times as many kids with high lead levels in their blood than in Flint.

Downtown LA lead levels exceed Flint, Michigan

Some areas of California have worse lead levels than Flint, Michigan. In one Fresno neighborhood, there are three times as many kids with high lead levels in their blood than in Flint.

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Four former city officials in Flint Michigan are facing criminal charges today over the city's water crisis, which exposed residents to dangerous levels of lead.

Reuters report finds lead poisoning nationwide

Four former city officials in Flint Michigan are facing criminal charges today over the city's water crisis, which exposed residents to dangerous levels of lead.

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