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Powerful port pollutes water for years with little state action: Drinking water of thousands increasingly impaired by excessive nitrogen dumps

by Alex Baumhardt, Cole Sinanian and Jael Calloway | Thousands of Oregonians near the town of Boardman in the northeast corner of the state live atop an aquifer so tainted with farming chemicals that it’s not safe to drink.

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