Before Flint, Lead-Contaminated Water Plagued Schools Across U.S

National Public Radio: At Southwest Baltimore Charter School, preparing lunch takes a few extra steps. "We don't use the water from the building for cooking, not at all," say cafeteria worker LaShawn Thompson, shaking her head. Her colleague, Christine Fraction, points to a large water bottle sitting on the counter of a stainless steel sink. "We having greens or something like that, we having vegetables, we'll just turn it over into the pan and then put in on the stove," she says. Throughout the school, water......

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