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Finance Authority chief says Congress should consider funding changes to better address the state’s PFAS and lead issues.
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Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway wants to spend $425,000 to design a system to filter PFAS chemicals out of a city well.
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Researchers have found that a common wetland plant native to Australia can remove toxic “forever chemicals” from the surrounding environment.
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In this Q&A, the director of MSU’s Center for PFAS Research Cheryl Murphy discusses the state of PFAS research currently, and why the U.S. and Canada should work together.
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Citing new data showing PFAS contamination in Lake Superior rainbow smelt is more widespread than previously known, state regulators are again warning people to limit their meals of the popular fish.
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The city council in La Crosse has decided to spend another $25,000 on bottled water for town of Campbell residents with PFAS-contaminated wells.