EPA Expands Warning on Fish, Toxins

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The Environmental Protection Agency adds more lakes and river miles to its list of places where fish may be contaminated with toxins such as mercury. But the new advisories don't necessarily mean pollution is worse. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.



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