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A weekend-long ban on drinking tap water in Toledo, Ohio, was lifted early Monday. WCPN's Nick Castele reports that some 400,000 residents in the region had been told not to drink the water after health officials found that Lake Erie, which supplies most of the area's drinking water, might have been affected by a harmful algal bloom.

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