Less Mercury & Less Asthma – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Less Mercury & Less Asthma
Minneapolis Star Tribune
It is estimated that this simple rule would save over 17000 lives and prevent 120000 asthma attacks each year. As the Land of 10000 lakes, it makes sense that Minnesota became a national leader when it passed the Mercury Reduction Act of 2006.
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