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EPA committed to safety, affordability

April 12, 2006

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DESPITE THE implication of an April 2 article ('' EPA proposes weaker water-quality rule ," Page A18) and your subsequent editorial ('' Not a pretty poison ," April 6), the Environmental Protection Agency has no plans to ''roll back" the revised arsenic standard for drinking water. The standard of 10 parts per billion, which became effective in January, represents a ... (Full article: 238 words)

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