Pa. to follow Philly’s lead on lead — new bill would remove old school water fountains to address contamination

Child drinking cup of water by a window.

Legislators in Harrisburg are following Philadelphia’s lead on lead with a new bill that would provide funds to see old drinking fountains at schools throughout the state removed and replaced with lead-filtering water stations by 2025.

In announcing a plan to introduce this bill, Green pointed out that this legislation is similar to a bill passed last year by the Philadelphia City Council that was signed into law.

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