REPORT: Newark turned away ’03 federal offer to combat lead in water

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

faucet-glass_456pxDemocrat attempts to spin Newark’s lead crisis into another Detroit-like cudgel to attack Republicans just hit a major snag, Save Jerseyans.

“Newark officials rejected the federal government’s help to combat lead contamination in school water supplies more than a decade ago, WNYC has learned. But some school workers said the safety protocols that Newark implemented were not followed consistently in the school system’s aging buildings,” explained a brand new WNYC report out today.

In other words, the Administration of George W. Bush tried to help but Sharpe James-era Newark said no thanks. Oops.

You can read the full report here.

Senate Republican Christopher “Kip” Bateman is taking the lead to address the crisis by pushing a $20 million lead abatement appropriation for the Newark water supply  and anywhere else the DEP deems necessary.


6 thoughts on “REPORT: Newark turned away ’03 federal offer to combat lead in water

  1. Nothing will happen to the Donks. Meanwhile, the NJ G0Pe will cringe like battered wives at the mere thought of being labeled “RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcist” by the melanin-protected crowd and will fall over itself to give them money.

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