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TOLEDO, Ohio — EPA administrator Michael Regan visited a home in central Toledo to highlight a $15-billion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that aims to protect and improve public health by replacing lead water lines from area homes, schools and businesses.
Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, shared the story of Toledo resident Karen George who recently found out that she had lead pipes in her home.
"Unfortunately, I found out just this month that I do have lead still attached to my house. So, I'm dealing with the best way that I know how, but I'm glad that they're here to do what they got to do to help me," George said.
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