Plan To Halve Limit On Arsenic In Drinking Water Clears N.H. Legislature
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A bill that would sharply lower the state’s drinking water limit on arsenic has passed the state Senate.

Right now, New Hampshire uses the federal arsenic limit of 10 parts per billion. The plan approved Thursday would cut that in half, to no more than 5 parts per billion.

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