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Inside the Pentagon’s Painfully Slow Effort to Clean Up Decades of PFAS Contamination

The city of Oscoda, Michigan has been waiting for over a decade to clean up “forever chemicals” (PFAS) that have leaked into their water from a nearby military installation. The Pentagon has repeatedly defended the use of these chemicals, citing national security concerns. However, PFAS have been linked to serious health conditions such as cancer. As of now, there is no clear scientific agreement on how to destroy these chemicals. Activists are pressuring the Biden administration to start the cleanup process while investigations continue.

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