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The Missouri Supreme Court will consider whether paint manufacturers can be held accountable for costs to remove lead paint from St. Louis homes, even if the city can’t prove who made the paint.

Lead paint has been banned since 1978 because it can cause health problems and developmental disabilities in children. But thousands of older homes are contaminated with it. The city has estimated abatement costs in the millions of dollars.

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