N.J. adopts rules for testing lead in school drinking water
The state Board of Education adopted new rules for lead testing in schools on Wednesday that require districts to test all drinking water sources within a year. Gov. Christie ordered the testing amid growing public alarm over lead findings in Flint, Mich., and at 30 schools in Newark.
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