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Utah does not require CO detectors in schools, PTA asks why
Carbon monoxide » The state says it’s “right on track” to meet a requirement to have devices in all schools by 2018.

First Published Nov 19 2013 09:25 am • Last Updated Nov 19 2013 09:14 pm
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