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Chinese's baaack

This HND piece serves as a reminder that the matter of toxic and contaminated Chinese drywall never really went away. Rather, it fell out of the news cycle. The fact is, thousands of homeowners are still suffering the effects of this material.

We cover the sometimes sordid history of how things got the way they are, including the epic failure of every government agency that got involved with the matter. We end with a new development in home testing that could truly help.

Read the complete article.


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