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Local D.C. officials recently announced new policies for testing for lead in the water at city schools. Concerns linger from the discovery of unsafe levels of lead in city drinking water a decade ago, and from recent reports about lead contamination at several libraries. Kojo chats with D.C. Deputy Mayor for Public Safety Kevin Donahue about how the city’s responding to concerns — old and new — about its water system.
- Kevin Donahue Deputy City Administrator and Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice, District of Columbia
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