Fort Bragg families enter into class-action complaint against post’s housing provider

Three families filed a class-action complaint against the installation's housing partner, complaining of mold, lead-based paint and wood rot.

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A leading authority on the cognitive peril posed by mold, toxins and heavy metals has a word of warning.

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MacDill Air Force Base: Families allege unsafe conditions at privatized military housing in Florida

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Military families are getting sick from mold in their homes. Now they’re suing

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Mysterious mold and smog abound after federal inaction

Mayor Alan Weiss has a whiskey fungus problem. The black mold associated with alcohol aging is all over his town. Weiss hoped air pollution violations discovered by EPA would force a nearby distillery to clean up its act. But the agency quietly decided to not pursue the enforcement case -- another move spurred by intervention from the Trump administration.

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"Billows of mold": AETC military families suing private housing contractor

Families who lived at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio say they were exposed to mold and other toxins that made them sick.

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New Washington University report tallies costly effects of environmental racism in St. Louis

"Black St. Louisans are disproportionately harmed by lead poisoning, asthma, mold, and high energy costs."
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Moldy fish in an Alaskan river threaten a community's food supply.

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New York’s public housing isn’t getting better

Reports from a federal monitor and residents suggest the city needs a new approach to fixing a crisis for hundreds of thousands of residents.
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