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News Alumni Amy Roe advocates for ban on the use of lead paint on outdoor structures

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Amy Roe is a longtime environmental and public health advocate from Newark, DE.

Lead paint was banned for residential use in 1978, and lead was also removed from gasoline. But it is still legal to paint outdoor structures with lead-based paint, including water towers, bridges, playground equipment and parking lot stripes. - excerpt from delawareonline.com. To read full article click here.

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Lead is a neurotoxin. Delaware should ban its use in outdoor paint.

Lead is a neurotoxin. Delaware should ban its use in outdoor paint.

6/28/2018
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