jumbo_shot58626225The crisis in Flint, Michigan sparked a national inquiry into lead contamination in drinking water.  Subsequently, events in Sebring, Ohio raised questions locally and the Ohio General Assembly introduced a multifaceted piece of legislation, Ohio House Bill 512, that proposes significant new requirements for Ohio public water systems to respond to lead in drinking water.

The key provisions of H.B. 512 are highlighted in the full alert:  New Ohio Bill Proposes Changes to State Law Regarding Lead Contamination in Drinking Water.