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Detroit public schools shut off water due to high lead, copper levels

Drinking water is being shut off in all of Detroit's public schools after testing revealed harmful levels of copper and lead in multiple buildings. Water quality issues have now been detected in 34 schools, nearly a third of the district. DeMarco Morgan reports.
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