Weeks Later, More Questions Than Answers In W.Va. Chemical Spill

National Public Radio: State officials in West Virginia say they can no longer detect any of the industrial chemical that spilled recently, called MCHM, in most areas. They say based on federal guidelines, the water is safe for people to drink and use; including most pregnant women. But other public health specialists say they don't trust those assurances. One of those specialists is Dr. Rahul Gupta, the director of the Kanawha Charleston Health Department, the largest public health department in West Virginia. Gupta......

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