If the industry is correct that there is no potential public health problem, then there is no cost to mitigate radon levels before delivery to the public.
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It's easy to get taken in by the industry barkers who make promises that seem so great, but when the potential costs are as great as they are in this instance, taking time to look behind the curtain is essential.
On what many New Yorkers deemed a snow day, one overflowing gallery in the city was filled with artists and activists who decided to leave their warm ...
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