Lawmakers fail to act on findings of lead-tainted water in Florida schools February 17, 2020

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“You’re talking about the health of our children,” said Dr. Lynn Ringenberg, a retired Tampa pediatrician.

Ringenberg is also the founder of Florida’s chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, an activist group dedicated to protecting the public from threats of environmental toxins. Ringenberg is advocating for Florida schools do more to protect students from lead-contaminated water on campus.

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