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Old April 27th, 2004, 19:38
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High Lead Found in Boston Area Water

By Carol D. Leonnig, Washington Post Staff Writer, Wednesday, April 28, 2004; Page A02. Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has reported elevated lead levels in their water district, according to a ruling from Federal and State regulators.

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