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Upcoming Minn. law change involves radon reporting

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota public health officials hope a law change involving radon reporting will spur more buyers and sellers to test for the radioactive gas.

Minnesota Public Radio News reports (http://bit.ly/1ezUf66 ) sellers currently have to report whether they are aware of a radon problem in their home. Starting January 1, sellers will be asked more specifically if their home has ever been tested for the toxic gas.

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