October 5, 2011 | Baltimore Sun

Lead paint judgments: the shame of the city

The Housing Authority of Baltimore City's attempt to disregard court orders to pay monetary damages to children poisoned by lead is wrong. The judgments are intended to address the lifelong and irreversible damage caused to children by allowing lead hazards to go unchecked in the public housing units in which they lived.

Read Executive Director Ruth Ann Norton's full column on the Baltimore Sun.

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