Senate Bill S8158
Requires school districts and boards of cooperative educational services to conduct periodic testing to monitor for lead contamination in certain school buildings; provides additional aid to such districts and boards for the costs incurred due to the testing of potable water sources and systems containing an unacceptable amount of lead. Upon finding lead contamination in school drinking water, school districts will continue to conduct testing, provide safe potable water, and provide parents and guardians of students with notification of test results.
- Action Agency(ies): Department of Health, State Department of Education
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