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With HUD’s renewed focus on lead residues in paint still permeating public and assisted housing across the country, the department sends a warning to eight landlords of Section 8 properties in California that they are in violation of HUD lead safety rules and regulations.
A policy fight over lead paint removal brewing for more than two years comes to a head with the National Association of Home Builders leading a multi-trade group assault on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead: Repair, Renovation & Painting (LRRP) rule.
Attempts by Maryland lawmakers to toughen lead paint restrictions to curb childhood lead poisoning hit a roadblock and likely will have to wait for the next session of the state legislature to convene.
Maryland landlords could be required to pay into a state-run insurance pool unless their buildings have been certified as lead-free. HB 472, crafted by Del. Maggie McIntosh (D), would create the Lead Poisoning Compensation Fund. It is wending its way through the
A measure aimed at improving the lead paint law and reducing the regulatory burden on home remodelers is offered in the Senate but the likelihood of its success is dim. The bill’s sponsors, all Republicans, have not been able to corner a House colleague to submit a similar
Members of a Centers for Disease Control & Prevention advisory committee endorse changing the threshold of lead poisoning in young children to allow hundreds of thousands more children to be diagnosed with lead poisoning.
A notice from HUD's Office of Public & Assisted Housing describes in detail how public housing authorities must follow department regulations regarding application of the Environmental Protection Agency's Renovation, Repair, & Painting rule. The lead-based paint rule, almost 10 years in the ...
A legal complaint filed by the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) New England office against a renovator claims Rockland, ME-based Colin Wentworth failed to protect children from exposure to lead-based paint
Paint manufacturer Sherwin-Williams tells the Mississippi Supreme Court it is not liable for the illnesses of a boy alleged to have eaten lead-tainted paint chips. A county jury awarded the boy and his mother $7 million in 2009
Rule change amendments regarding lead paint come under fire from Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK). The ranking member on the Environment & Public Works Committee calls for oversight hearings to challenge the
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