Gov. Mike DeWine late last week announced that he has directed state agencies to analyze the prevalence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in Ohio’s drinking water. This action followed a Sept. 18 letter from Gov. DeWine and 14 other governors to federal lawmakers, calling for more comprehensive federal legislation on PFAS standards.
The debate over PFAS has become controversial as plaintiffs’ lawyers aggressively attempt to litigate against manufacturers. Stay tuned for more on this important topic. 10/3/2019