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Radon: Cancer causing gas could be going undetected in area schools

​A naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the ground and can seep into enclosed spaces at cancer-causing levels like homes and schools according to the Environmental protection agency.

WASHINGTON - A cancer-causing gas could be going undetected in local schools because of inconsistencies in state laws that require some school systems to test but not others. That gas is called radon. A naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the ground and can seep into enclosed spaces at cancer-causing levels like homes and schools according to the Environmental protection agency.
A naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the ground and can seep into enclosed spaces at cancer-causing levels like homes and schools according to the Environmental protection agency.

WASHINGTON - A cancer-causing gas could be going undetected in local schools because of inconsistencies in state laws that require some school systems to test but not others. That gas is called radon. A naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the ground and can seep into enclosed spaces at cancer-causing levels like homes and schools according to the Environmental protection agency.

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