(Bloomberg View) — The crisis in Flint, Michigan has focused attention on lead-tainted water flowing through taps in the U.S. as well as lead paint exposures that continue to plague cities such as Baltimore and Philadelphia.

While there's skepticism surrounding recent claims that lead poisoning rates are higher in Philadelphia than in Flint, there's no disputing that there's a serious problem in both cities and many others.

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