Environmental and health advocates, along with a farmer in Arundel, are urging the state to take action on a group of chemicals known as PFAS. In 2016, dairy farmer Fred Stone says he found out that milk from his cows was contaminated with the hormone-disrupting chemicals, which are used in a wide range of consumer products.
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