Experts dismiss White House garden lead levels as of no concern
Leading questions: East Wing defender-in-chief Eddie Gehman Kohan is irked that the White House garden is getting dissed by Mother Jones and others for having lead levels in the "ridiculously low" 93 ppm range (left over from sludge the EPA spread there), and she's dialing academic experts for back up. According to folks she interviewed at Indiana University, State University of New York, and Northwestern University, the lead levels are so low, visiting kids could eat dirt if they wanted without harm. “I would have no concerns about growing food there," says one. "I would be happy to grow on that." (Obama Foodorama)
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