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Essay heading: Epa Urges Tough Rules On Arsenic
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High concentration levels are mostly found in the drinking water in the Western states. Long-term exposure to arsenic in drinking water led to cancer of the bladder, lungs, skin, kidney, nasal passages, and liver according to the EPA in March of 1999. Person 5- The proposal by the EPA must still be approved by the White House...
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The ex-president Bill Clinton's proposal had drawn criticism from officials and leaders through-out the South-West who said the regulation was to strict and would mandate expensive water system improvements that would bankrupt their communities.
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Epa Urges Tough Rules On Arsenic   Water; How Much Fresh Water is Available for Human Drinking Needs   More urgent action needs to be taken by the Australian people and all levels of government to preserve Australia’s scarce water resources, replenish its natural aquifers and promote subsidies to encourage rain water tank collection and water rec...   The Quality of Drinking Water   Arsenic   Arsenic   Arsenic   Influences of Industrial Contributions to Water Levels   Movie: Arsenic And Old Lace   Review of Arsenic and Old Lace   Underage Drinking Costs High   Is the United States too Strict on Drinking Age?   Drinking 101: College Drinking & Its Effects   Mrwhy Do Sales Of Bottled Water Grow Every Year Despite Of The Well-Known Fact That It Is Produced From The Same Tap Water?   Why Has The People’S Action Party (Pap) In Singapore Proved To Be More Successful In Staying In Power Long Term As Compared To Either The Republicans Or Democrats In The United States Of America?  
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