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Focus (Environment: Lead Paint) #602506

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 22, 1995
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(New York: John Palmer) The government's move to regulate lead- based paint in homes examined; details given of the new disclosure regulations designed to combat health problems caused by the paint dust, especially in children. [Integrated Resources Technologies Michael RILEY - talks about cleanup business.] [Parent Kim FUELLING - describes her son's medical symptoms from paint dust.] Statistics on children's lead levels cited. [National Multi-Housing Council Jeanne GORMAN, child health advocate Don RYAN - offer differing opinions on whether the new disclosure law will help.] Environmental Protection Agency recommendations for countering lead paint dust in older homes listed.

Palmer, John;
Roberts, Deborah

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