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No-Swim, Fish Consumption Advisories
The recent health advisory for drinking by the EPA has set off a chain reaction in North Alabama, with one water system advising customers not to drink its water and Gov. Robert Bentley insisting there is no crisis.

But the state also has no-swim and fish consumption limits in the near the area where the water system draws its water from the Tennessee River, according to a lawsuit filed by the West Morgan-East Lawrence Water Authority against 3M, Daikin America, and Dyneon.

The lawsuit alleges the companies used the chemicals and released them into the water, contaminating its water supply.

 
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