Judge bars state from enforcing PFAS standards after Dec. 31
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A judge has ruled that New Hampshire must stop enforcing tough, new drinking water standards for a group of toxic chemicals by the end of the year.

New Hampshire Public Radio reports that Superior Court judge Robert McNamara granted a temporary injunction Tuesday requested by 3M and several others who opposed the standards that went into effect in October for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, collectively called PFAS.

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