November 10, 2004 -- Vol. 5, No. 45
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New Jersey cuts EPA arsenic MCL in half. Washington school districts consider doing the same to EPA's recommended school lead guidance. EPA sets workshop to talk about lead in schools issues. Lower court ruling in lawsuit on Chesapeake TTHMs overturned by Virginia Supreme Court. Illinois confronts radium treatment waste issues. Investigation continues into the source of perchlorate in Massachusetts wastewater plant. What's on AwwaRF's 2005 research docket? When is a water system serving the public not a public water system? Like everything else in the U.S., voters are apparently split almost 50-50 on fluoridation. Airlines will test their drinking water routinely.

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