Radon info requirement among new state laws
ST. PAUL — A late central Minnesota woman’s wish for safer homes comes true in 2014.
Once Janet Thompson learned she had terminal lung cancer, her health battle joined with a fight to make sure Minnesotans knew about the danger of radon. Thompson, who lived in Glenwood, south of Alexandria, tried to talk people into checking their homes for radon, a colorless, odorless gas that can cause cancer.
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