Chemical giant DuPont currently faces thousands of lawsuits from persons injured as a result of drinking water the company contaminated with its proprietary chemical C8, a chemical that is common in Teflon and non-stick goods. What’s happening with this chemical now, and why was DuPont allowed to dump so much of it into our air and waterways? Thom Hartmann discusses this with author Sharon Lerner.
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