SPOTLIGHT: AP: No standards for drugs in water

Following up on its investigation into the pharmaceuticals traces in municipal water supplies, the Associated Press today reported that there are no mandates for testing, treating, or limiting the amount of drugs in drinking water, either tap or bottled. Now, two senators say they'll convene hearings on the issue. Report | Report

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