From the daily archives: Thursday, May 5, 2016

Ohio’s senior and most popular U.S. Senator was in Columbus Tuesday to advance a bill he’s co-sponsoring that would help schools and daycare centers cover the cost of testing for lead in drinking water.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, first elected in 2006 and again in 2012, has taken stock of the high lead levels found in the water of schools in Granville and Sebring and has his sights set on passing a bill that can prevent lead exposure leaving children with lifelong health issues, including difficulty learning or testing in school and behavioral problems like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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