Residents of Jackson, Miss., were stunned by recent disclosures that the city has its own Flint, Michigan-style water crisis, which could be exposing a significant part of the population to dangerous levels of lead. According to the Guardian, high levels of lead in Mississippi’s capital city were discovered in June 2015, yet residents were not warned until February, mimicking the lax response of Michigan and local officials to the water crisis in Flint, Mich., which has poisoned scores of children. Also like Flint, Jackson’s water contamination stems from inadequate corrosion control, which allows lead from pipes in some older homes to ... Read More
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