Many of the roughly 500 Maine public schools on public drinking water could have dangerously high levels of lead, not know it, and have no legal obligation to test for it.
With inconsistent funding, Maine groups scramble to address uptick in marine mammal deaths and strandings
The government has tasked groups with rescuing and protecting these animals but proposes to stop paying for their work.
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