City of Chicago Files Lead-Paint Suit

November 2002
Industrial Paint & Powder;Nov2002, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the lawsuit filed by the City of Chicago against former suppliers of lead-containing paint and pigment in Illinois. Allegations over the companies' public nuisance by making and selling lead-containing-paint; Creation of an abatement program to punish the offenders; List of defendants.


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