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Pittsburgh City Council on Tuesday introduced an ordinance that it said would address lead exposure, and it also urged Pittsburgh Public Schools and utility companies to take action to reduce potential lead exposure.
“About 400 children each year in the region are found to have elevated blood lead levels,” Councilwoman Erika Strassburger said. “It’s about getting it to zero.”
She and other council members highlighted the dangers of lead in a message sent to Pittsburgh Public Schools and utility companies, urging them to take specific steps to decrease exposure to lead.
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