By Kiah Collier, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica, and Maya Miller, ProPublica Jennifer Jinot didn’t expect to retire early from her role as an environmental health scientist for the federal government. She’d spent 26 years assessing the dangers of toxic chemicals for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The job could be frustrating but, more than that, rewarding.
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As more than 1,700 victims of a decades-long toxic tragedy in the Rio Grande Valley are about to get settlement offers from exposure a dangerous Superfund site, a digital activist is publishing an online trove of documents, videos, photos and news stories chronicling the story of the Hayes-Sammons warehouse environmental disaster in Mission.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 15 2016 - 6:14pm
by Eleanor Dearman, The Texas Tribune Dec. 15, 2016 Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout. Residents in Corpus Christi were caught by surprise Wednesday evening as city officials announced a ban on using the city’s water after a chemical made its way into the supply.
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