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Who will pay to clean dangerous PFAS chemicals out of our water supplies?

A water sample is measured as part of a PFAS drinking water treatment experiment. (Joshua A. Bickel/AP)
A water sample is measured as part of a PFAS drinking water treatment experiment. (Joshua A. Bickel/AP)

Who will pay to clean dangerous PFAS chemicals out of our water supplies? One settlement and one pending case might provide some clues.

Grist reporter Zoya Teirstein talks about it with Here & Now‘s Scott Tong.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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