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Detecting 'forever chemicals' like PFAS is costly and difficult

The federal government says it will soon tighten regulations around a family of chemicals linked to cancer called "PFAS". PFAS are in so many things we use every day from drinking water to cookware, sunscreen, even clothes. But as Patrick Skahill from member station Connecticut Public Radio reports, tracking down these contaminants is costly and difficult.

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