After years of litigation, eight major paint manufacturers may be on the verge of having to get the lead out — of countless public and private buildings around California, that is.

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to review a ruling that OK’d a suit seeking to force manufacturers, such as Atlantic Richfield Co. and Sherwin-Williams Co., to cover the costs of abating lead paint inside and outside all types of structures.

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