By Bill Walker, Vice President and Managing Editor and David Andrews, Senior Scientist Drinking water supplies for two-thirds of Americans are contaminated with the carcinogenic chemical made notorious by the film “Erin Brockovich,” which was based on the real-life poisoning of tap water in a California desert town. But there are no national regulations for […]
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