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A history of missteps

A congressional investigative committee found that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention knowingly used flawed data to say that high lead levels in the District's drinking water did not pose a health risk to the public. A look at significant events from the past 10 years:


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Report on lead raises fears
Article | Federal and local political leaders, D.C. parents and health advocates reacted Thursday with a mixture of anger and fear to news that a federal agency misled them about the harm that lead in the District's water had caused -- and might still be causing.
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Report on lead raises fears
Article | Federal and local political leaders, D.C. parents and health advocates reacted Thursday with a mixture of anger and fear to news that a federal agency misled them about the harm that lead in the District's water had caused -- and might still be causing.

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