Pennsylvania is getting failing marks for drinking water safety in schools. A new PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center report gave the Keystone state an F for not having policies to protect children from lead poisoning. The "Get the Lead Out" report suggests that more and more Pennsylvania schools are finding lead in their drinking water. A previous Department of Health study also found that students in 19 communities including Harrisburg, York, Lancaster and Lebanon were exposed to high lead levels.
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