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The Battle for Decatur: PFAS Contamination Divides an Alabama Town

By August 23, 2020August 31st, 2020PFAS in the news

It was early afternoon when Paige Bibbee got the text from an anonymous number. Bibbee, the president of the Decatur City Council, was supposed to have a call later that day with Barney Lovelace, an attorney who represents the small Alabama city on several matters. But the screenshot of the email that someone sent to her phone in May made it clear that Lovelace was hoping he wouldn’t have to work with her in the future. Read more…