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3M chemical not in cities' drinking water

State health officials announced Friday that chemicals formerly used by 3M are not in Minneapolis' or St. Paul's drinking water. Officials said that the chances of the chemicals being in the water were slim, but performed the tests as a precaution.

The Pioneer Press added that the tests were performed after the chemicals were found in fish lakes in Minneapolis.

Both articles should have discussed, or mentioned, the previous stories about 3M chemicals in drinking water in the eastern suburbs, but didn't.