Letter to the editor: There’s more to do to have clean water for all Mainers

Letter to the editor: There’s more to do to have clean water for all Mainers

Access to clean water is a fundamental human right, yet thousands of Mainers are still subjected to drinking water laced with arsenic. Maine, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey report, has one of the highest arsenic levels in both bedrock and well water. Chronic, low-level exposure to arsenic…


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Searsport mom to be honored – Waldo VillageSoup


Woman honored for exposing risks of arsenic in well water.

Searsport mom to be honored – Waldo VillageSoup

Portland — A Searsport mother is one of 11 individuals who will receive environmental health leadership awards Dec. 1 from an organization working to make sure all families have access to safe and affordable food, drinking water, and products.


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Lead poisoning hits new Mainers hard – Lewiston Sun Journal

Lead poisoning hits new Mainers hard – Lewiston Sun Journal

“Kadra Ahmed” sits in her living room in Lewiston with her 2-year-old son, who was diagnosed with lead poisoning while living at their former apartment. Her 9-year-old son picks up his …


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