Isabel Solorio shows a glass of cloudy water that smells worse than it looks in the Lanare community center in 2013. Lanare is a Fresno County town of 500 where many people don't drink the arsenic-tainted water coming out of the tap.
Isabel Solorio shows a glass of cloudy water that smells worse than it looks in the Lanare community center in 2013. Lanare is a Fresno County town of 500 where many people don't drink the arsenic-tainted water coming out of the tap. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Isabel Solorio shows a glass of cloudy water that smells worse than it looks in the Lanare community center in 2013. Lanare is a Fresno County town of 500 where many people don't drink the arsenic-tainted water coming out of the tap. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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