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Detroit superintendent sounds the alarm about tainted water in schools

The Detroit public school superintendent who helped uncover a citywide water crisis says he fears other school systems across the country have the same problem. More than 47,000 Detroit students are back in school with no access to drinking fountains. They were shut off after testing revealed harmful levels of copper and lead. Michelle Miller reports.
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