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“EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Michigan has more people known to be exposed to toxic PFAS chemicals than any other state. That’s because the state has the most known contamination sites.
The U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee heard from people impacted by the chemicals Monday during a hearing at Michigan State University.
‘To this day I continue to battle these diseases, like my mother, my father, and both sisters who have lifetime illnesses potentially associated with their PFAS exposure,’ said Cathy Wusterbarth.
Wusterbarth grew up in Oscoda, where the water was contaminated with PFAS.” …