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  • Roger Connor Jun 12, 2016
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    Interesting article. Now Lets have the hard data. What sites yields what contamination at what levels, what were the methods used to determine them, and what are the national recommended maximums. For example, the well I'm on is tested periodically, and the results are usually "below detection limits." As a scientist, I would have a LOT more confidence if this was a study by an independent company NOT funded by the SLC.

  • Stacie Hagwood Jun 11, 2016
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    Hard to fix the problem when those in a position to make it happen won't even acknowledge the issue. They are willing to endanger people's lives for their own political aspirations. How do they sleep at night? But allowing them another 4 years won't be on them, but on us.

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