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The Danger of Lead in Ohio

Texas National Guard members distributing water in Flint, Michigan.
Master Sgt. Daniel Griego
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U.S. Department of Defense
When the citizens of Flint went into a state of emergency due to lead-contaminated water, Texas National Gaurd members collected, donated and drove 5 tons of clean water to Michigan.

The next two-year Ohio budget is being proposed with a controversial new amendment that would give sole authority to the Ohio Health Department in overseeing the reduction of lead use. From lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan to 51 houses with known lead hazards in Columbus alone, the regulation of lead is an issue we will need to tackle whether it be at the state or local level. 

Join us today as we discuss the dangerous impact of lead in Ohio. 

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