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AP survey of 52 smaller cities show no testing for pharmaceuticals in drinking water

By The Associated Press

The Associated Press surveyed 52 small water providers that serve communities with populations generally around 25,000 _ one in each state, and two in Missouri and Texas.

All but one said their drinking water had not been screened for pharmaceuticals; officials in that community, Emporia, Kan., refused to answer AP's questions, citing post-9/11 security concerns.

Here's the list of the 51 cities that told the AP its drinking water has not been tested.
_ Anniston, Ala.
_ Fairbanks, Alaska
_ Prescott, Ariz.
_ Jacksonville, Ark.
_ Santa Paula, Calif.
_ Grand Junction, Colo.
_ Norwich, Conn.
_ Newark, Del.
_ Homestead City, Fla.
_ LaGrange, Ga.
_ Hilo, Hawaii
_ Lewiston, Idaho
_ Freeport, Ill.
_ Michigan City, Ind.
_ Fort Dodge, Iowa
_ Paducah, Ky.
_ Houma, La.
_ Bangor, Maine
_ Annapolis, Md.
_ Agawam, Mass.
_ Burton, Mich.
_ Fridley, Minn.
_ Pascagoula, Miss.
_ Kirkwood, Mo.
_ Sedalia, Mo.
_ Butte-Silver Bow, Mont.
_ Grand Island, Neb.
_ Carson City, Nev.
_ Dover, N.H.
_ Millville, N.J.
_ Hobbs, N.M.
_ Watertown,N.Y.
_ Sanford, N.C.
_ Minot, N.D.
_ Shawnee, Okla.
_ Zanesville, Ohio
_ Lake Oswego, Ore.
_ Lebanon, Pa.
_ Bristol, R.I.
_ Florence, S.C.
_ Rapid City, S.D.
_ Oak Ridge, Tenn.
_ Denison, Texas
_ Kingsville, Texas
_ Midvale, Utah
_ Burlington, Vt.
_ Salem, Va.
_ Puyallup, Wash.
_ Huntington, W. Va.
_ New Berlin, Wis.
_ Laramie, Wyo.

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