“It’s your decision,” Gov. Tomblin said at a press conference on Jan. 20. “I’m not going to say absolutely, 100 percent that everything is safe. But what I can say is, if you do not feel comfortable, then don’t use it.” As of Feb. 5, schools were continuing to close following reports of strange smells and symptoms—including, in at least one case, fainting—that they believed was caused by the water. All the while, the water continued to emit a strange odor: a sickly, saccharine licorice scent. “The fact is,” says Gupta, “we are unwilling participants of a live human experiment.”
McMurry/TMG is looking for a HR Support Specialist. next job Atlantic Media is looking for a Director, National Journal Events. next job Atlantic Media is looking for a Defense Business Reporter, Defense One. next job National Retail Federation is looking for a Multimedia Content Designer. next job Atlantic Media is looking for a Technology Reporter, Defense One. next job Atlantic Media is looking for a Associate Director, National Journal Events. next job CQ Roll Call is looking for a Advertising Production Manager. next job The Huffington Post is looking for a Politics Video Fellowship (Washington DC). next job McMurry/TMG is looking for a Managing Editor, Travel Website. next job Atlantic Media is looking for a Design Director, National Journal. see all
Manage a top-notch freelancing career in our online boot camp, Freelancing 101! Starting August 18, freelancing experts will teach you the best practices for a solid freelancing career, from the first steps of self-advertising and marketing, to building your own schedule and managing clients. Register now!