Editorial: N.J., no thanks to Trump, is working to protect drinking water

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TIMES OF TRENTON – New Jersey is leading where the federal government is failing to protect the public from toxic chemicals tainting our drinking water.

New Jersey became the first state to set limits on how much of a dangerous compound known as PFNA (perfluorononanoic acid) is allowed in our drinking water.

Starting in 2019, the amended Safe Drinking Water Act will set the maximum level of PFNAs in drinking water to be no more than 13 parts per trillion …

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