More than 12,400 Chicagoans worried that the water they drink and bathe in might be tainted with lead asked city officials to send them a free testing kit between April 1 and June 15. But only 33 percent of those requests have been fulfilled, and far fewer have received results, according to data provided to The Daily Line by the Department of Water Management.

The testing kit Chicago residents can request. [City of Chicago]

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