3M’s $12.5 billion settlement might be the largest ever involving contaminated drinking water, but it’s far from perfect.

Already, questions are coming in from across the country about the details of the deal, which resolves cases brought by hundreds of water providers over perfluoralkyl and polyfluoralkyl substances, or PFAS, in their community’s drinking water.

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