Officials said Monday the company would admit guilt and pay the penalty. They said it was the largest fine the department had levied in a domestic antitrust case.
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
An investigation by the Associated Press found trace amounts of many types of pharmaceuticals -- including painkillers, antibiotics and anti-seizure medications -- in the drinking water of 24 American cities. A reporter who worked on the story describes the findings.
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