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Resource ID: #15687
Subject: Law Enforcement
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 1999-08-12


The San Francisco Chronicle,in the first of two articles, investigates why city officials have not collected a single fine under the city's 18-month-old program to reduce lead-paint hazards, despite hundreds of offenses and even though some painting contractors have violated the rules as many as five times. The second article, "Protection...," details how city laws have substantially widened consumer protection against lead-paint exposure and at the same time imposed requirements on owners of affected buildings and contractors who paint them.

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