Skip to comments.Lead-Laced Drinking Water Must Be Addressed in American Schools
Posted on 09/12/2021 5:01:46 AM PDT by Kaslin
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Cheaper solution. Install water coolers.
The DC lead water problem was known 40 years ago when Amy Carter was attending.
Gonna have to address fluoridated water as well.
Solder in copper pipes?
“The cheap option — turning off the drinking fountains — will work, but kids still need to have water throughout the day.”
So her solution is to give kids water from chemical-laden plastic bottles?
Maybe they could raises property taxes?
That won’t necessarily fix the problem.
But it’s a good excuse to raises taxes.
So they’ve been testing the paint but not the water?
Homeschool. Not only is the water poisoned, but the curriculum too.
Dems get in by agitating minor crises. Then they loot the treasury and turn the minor crisis into a major crisis.
It’s a Communist conspiracy. Ever see a Communist drink tap water Mandrake? …I only drink grain alcohol and rain water…”
Does anyone pay taxes in Flint?
So the education system can blame lead for the dumbing down and not their lazy union a##es and political activism instead of the three r’s
First it was non friable asbestos now it is lead pipes. What is next?
I and my entire family attended an asbestos laden lead pipe infested brick school (probably radon laced) school. I am here, 76 in two days. Our home had lead piping. There was asbestos visually present around steam pipes. I am certain we had radon gas too. Another created problem.
The rest comes from everyone residing in other states?
They’ve had decades to correct this situation.
When the issue came up again in recent years ..I must admit I was surprised..I thought it had been mostly fixed in the 70s-80s?
That’s the part where people start to wonder where all the taxes..including state and local taxes go?
It’s sort of like the trillions for infrastructure when Osama supposedly had did a overhaul on the infrastructure the EIGHT years he occupied the WH.
Sounds like propaganda to me. The tipoff is the statement that no amount of lead is safe.
Do nothing for years.
$55 Billion, $3.5 Trillion.
Whatever. It’s for the children!
Bring your own bottled water.
The chlorine is a disinfectant. Usually twice a year water departments will flush their lines and add extra chlorine. This is done to get chlorine throughout the distribution system.
Are they talking about galvanized pipes? They aren’t lead.
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