Warnings sought in NJ paint stores to help prevent kids from eating lead chips

A New Jersey lawmaker wants the state to do more to prevent children from being poisoned by chips or dust from lead-based paint.
A bill sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg would require stores that sell paint to post a sign warning that the improper removal of old paint in homes built before 1978 could result in lead poisoning.

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