North Dakota experiences spike in drinking water violations
BISMARCK — The number of major drinking water violations committed by North Dakota’s public water systems jumped 37 percent last year and has more than doubled in the past decade as dozens of new systems have come online to serve the state’s growing population and thriving economy.
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