Lead Found in Water at Dozens of Seattle Schools

Jennifer Wing reports from Seattle, Wash., where lead has been detected in the drinking water at dozens of city schools. Although officials have known about the problem for years, some parents complain that the city hasn't done enough to solve it.

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