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【整理】CNN 2009-11-25  by ljdsoft

"I couldn't get over this mess."
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.


Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety Commission can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted drywall is making her sick.


"They can't tell me what's happening to me now, and more importantly, they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like an asbestosis person with lung cancer?"


Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks. But Florida Senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all others combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.


"I said well when are you going to know? They said we're gonna do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting."


Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households. Environmental health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, humid conditions magnify the problem.


"We found a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels that were in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being given off by the wall board."


There had been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.


"That was a huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in such a mess."


For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wondering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.


Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.

 

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I couldn’t get this messed.”
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.
Changing drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that’s turning her air conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It’s also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the consumer product safety commision can’t tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the changing drywall is making her sick.
They can’t tell me what’s happening to me now, and more importantly, they can’t tell me what’s gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a suspected person with lung cancer.”
Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all other combined agrees with Joan Glickman.
“We said whether you’re gonna know, they said we’re gonna do another test, and they said they didn’t know when that’s gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting.”
Hydrogen Sulfide is a nauseous gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout effected households.
Enviromental health engineering did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.
“We find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity level that’s in the homes, and the * and sulfide that was being giving off by the wall wolf.
There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers.
But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
“It was a huge letdown because it still didn’t tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing, where the money comes from? This is what has left us in a such a mess.”
For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage’s company is giving her a temperary break on payment, but she and her home owner’s * will have to wait, wandering if their dreaming home is actually a ticking time board.
Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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The federal government is confirming what John Clickman, a // beach Florida suspected all along. Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying eclectrical wiring and corroding metal through out of her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety Commission can tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted dry wall is making her sick.

"They can't tell me what's happening to me now and more importantly, they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years. You know, Am I going to end up with like a suspected person with lung cancer"

Ferderal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks. But Florida Senator Bill Nelson who state have seen more complaints than all others combined agrees with John Clickman. "said, 'what you are gonna to know'. they said, 'we are going to do another test', and they said 'they did not know when it will actually be done'. Well, our people are tired of waiting." Hydrogen so far is a noxious gas, the smells like rotten eggs. And corrodes metal through out of that households. Enviromental health engineers did a study for the CPSC and says warm, human conditions mangnified the problem. "We found a direct relationship between temperature and huminity levels that are in their homes and enviromental sulfiles so far that was being given off by the // board." There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall. End on here, this news report, The government is expecting more answers. But stilll to come a plan for fixing the problem.

"There was a huge letdown, because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is going to fix it, how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from. This is left us seems such a mess." For now, Clickman and her family have moved in with her mother. Her morguge company is giving her a temporary break on payments. But she and homeowners like her will have to wait, wandering if their dreamed homes is actually a ticking time bomb.
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"I couldn't get over this messed."
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.
Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety Commision can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted drywall is making her sick.
"They can't tell me what's happening to me now, and more importantly, they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a asbestos person with lung cancer?"
Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all other combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.
"I said well when are you going to know? They said we're gonna do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting."
Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households.
Enviromental health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.
"We find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being giving off by the wall board.
There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers.
But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
"It was a huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in a such a mess."
For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgagecompany is giving her a temperary break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wandering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.
Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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“I couldn’t get this messed.”
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.
Changing drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that’s turning her air conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It’s also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the consumer product safety commission can’t tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the changing drywall is making her sick.
They can’t tell me what’s happening to me now, and more importantly, they can’t tell me what’s gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a suspected person with lung cancer.”
Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all other combined agrees with Joan Glickman.
We said whether you’re gonna know, they said we’re gonna do another test, and they said they didn’t know when that’s gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting.”
Hydrogen Sulfide is a nauseous gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout effected households.
Environmental health engineering did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.
“We find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity level that’s in the homes, and the * and sulfide that was being giving off by the wall wolf.
There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers.
But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
“It was a huge letdown because it still didn’t tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing, where the money comes from? This is what has left us in a such a mess.”
For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage’s company is giving her a temporary break on payment, but she and her home owner’s like her will have to wait, wandering if their dreaming home is actually a ticking time board.
Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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"I couldn't get over this messed."
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.
Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety
Commission
can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted drywall is making her sick.
"They can't tell me what's happening to me now, and more importantly, they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a asbestos person with lung cancer?"
Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all other combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.
"I said well when are you going to know? They said we're gonna do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting."
Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households.
Environmental
health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.
"We find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being giving off by the wall board.
There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers.
But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
"It was a huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in a such a mess."
For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage company is giving her a
temporary
break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wandering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.
Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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[Homework]CNN 2009-11-25 节目也修复!

I couldn't get on this mess.The federal government is confirming wahat Joan * of * east Florida suspected all the along. * drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air conditioning wiring black causing it fail. It's also destroying electric wiring and * metal throughout her home. But what Consumer Product Safety commision can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfur gas coming from the * drywall is making her sick.

They can't tell me what's happening to now and more importantly they can't tell me what's going to happen to me in 20 years. you know I'm get end up    with like a * person with lung cancer... Fedral investigator says they * more time to determine possible health risks. But Florida senator Bill * who * to say more complains than all others combined agrees with John * .

I said when ware you going to know, they say we are going to do another test they said they didn't know when that will be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting. Hydrogen sulfur is a * gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corros metal thoughout that can * . Enviromental health engineers did the study for the CPSC and says warm, humid conditions * by the problem.
We found direct relationship between temperature and humidty levels are in the homes and the * so far that will be given off by the wallboard. There have been thousands of complains about Chinese drywall and in the Hill's this new reports the government is expecting more answers, but still the come a plan for fixing the problem.
It was a huage letdown, because it's Susan tell me how to fix it, who is going to fix it, how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from. This is left us a such mess.For now * family have moved in with her mother, her * company is giving her a temporary break on payment,but she and * will have to wait wondering if their dream home is actuall a ticking time ball. * CNN New Orleans.

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"I couldn't get over this mess."
The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.
Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety Commission can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted drywall is making her sick.
"They can't tell me what's happening to me now, and more importantly, they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a asbestos person with lung cancer?"
Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida Senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all other combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.
"I said well when are you going to know? They said we're gonna do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting."
Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households.
Environmental health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.
"We find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels there in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being giving off by the wall board.
There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers.
But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
"It was a huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in a such a mess."
For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wandering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.
Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach Florida suspected all the long. Tainted dry wall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail. It's also destroying electric wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the Consumer Product Safety Commission can't tell her is whether * gas coming from the tainted dry wall is making her sick.

"They can't tell me what's happening to me now, and more importantly they can't tell me what's going to happen to me in 20 years. You know am i going to end up with like a * person with lung cancer "

Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks. But Florida Senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complaints than all others combined agrees with Joan Glickman.

"I said when you are going to know. They say we are going to do another test. They said they didnt know when that's going to be done. Well,our people are tired of waiting"

* is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs and corrodes metal throughout affected households. Environmental health and engineer did the study for CPSC and says warm human conditions magnify the problem.

"We found a directrelationship between temperature and humidity levels that are in the homes and the amount of * that was being given off by the wall board."

There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese dry wall. And on the heels of this new report, the government is expecting more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.

"It was a huge let down because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is going to fix it, how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from. This has left us such a mess"

For now Glickman and her family had moved in with her mother. Her mortage company is giving her a temporary break on payments. But she and homeowners like her will have to wait, wondering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.

Shawn Kalook CNN New Orleans
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[Homework]CNN 2009-11-25 节目也修复!

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The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of * beach, Florida suspected all along.  Tainted dry wall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air conditioning wiring black, causing it to fail.  It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding medal throughout her home. But what consumer product safety commission can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas come from the tainted dry wall is making her sick.  
They can't tell me what happening to me now and more importantly they can't tell me what's gonna happen to me in 20 years.  You know, am I gonna end up with, like an * person with lung cancer.  
Federal investigators say there only more time to dertermine possible health risks. But Florida senator Bill Nelson who state has seen more complains than all that combined agrees with Joan Glickman.  
I say when you got to know.  They say we wanna do another test and they said they didn't know what next can be done.  Well, our people are tired of waiting.
Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs and corrotes medal throughout affected households.  Environmental health engineers didn't study for the CPSC and says warm, human conditions * by the problem.
We found direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels that is in homes and * sulfide that was being given off by the wall board.
There've been thousands of complaints about chinese dry wall.  And on hears of the new report, the government is expecting  more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
There was a huge leftdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who's gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from.  This is left to us in such a mess.
For now Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother.  Her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments.  But she and homeowners like her will have to wait wandering if their dream home is actually ticking time bomb.


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I couldn't get over thie messed.

The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.

Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, casuing it to fall. It also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the consumer product safety commission can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted dry wall is making her sick.

They can't tell me what's happening to me now and more importantly, they can't tell me what's going to happen in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a asbestos person with lung cancer?

Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.

But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complanits that all others combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.

I said well when are you going to know? They said we're going to do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done.  Well, our people are tired of waiting.

Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households. Environmental health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.

we'll find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being giving off by the wall board.

There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expected more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem

It was huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in a such a mess.

For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wandering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.

Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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I couldn't get over thie messed.

The federal government is confirming what Joan Glickman of Pompano Beach, Florida suspected all along.

Tainted drywall from China is giving off a harmful gas that's turning her air-conditioning wiring black, casuing it to fall. It also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what the consumer product safety commission can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tainted dry wall is making her sick.

They can't tell me what's happening to me now and more importantly, they can't tell me what's going to happen in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with, like a asbestos person with lung cancer?

Federal investigators say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.

But Florida senator Bill Nelson whose state has seen more complanits that all others combined, agrees with Joan Glickman.

I said well when are you going to know? They said we're going to do another test, and they said they didn't know when that was gonna be done.  Well, our people are tired of waiting.

Hydrogen sulfide is a noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs, and corrodes metal throughout affected households. Environmental health engineers did the study for the CPSC, and says warm, human conditions magnify the problem.

we'll find a direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels in the homes, and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was being giving off by the wall board.

There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on the heels of this new report, the government is expected more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem

It was huge letdown because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is gonna fix it, how we go about fixing it? where the money comes from? This has left us in a such a mess.

For now, Glickman and her family have moved in with her mother, her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments, but she and homeowner's like her will have to wait, wandering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb.

Shawn Kalook, CNN, New Orleans.
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I couldn't get this messed.
The federal government (联邦政府) is confirming what Jone Glickman of Pompano Beach florida suspected all along. Tainted drywall from china is giving up harmful gas that's turning her air conditioning wearing black, causing it fail. It's also destroying electrical wiring and corroding metal throughout her home. But what consumer product safety commission(安全委员会) can't tell her is whether the hydrogen sulfide(氢化硫)gas  coming from the tainted drywall is making her sick. They can't tell me what's happening to me now and more importantly they can't tell me what's gonna(=going to) happen to me in 20 years, you know, am I gonna end up with like a suspected person with long cancer.    Federal investigator say they will need more time to determine possible health risks.
But Florida senator Bill Nalson, whose state has seen more complains than all others combined agrees with John Glickman. I said what you're gonna to konw, they said we're going to do another test, and they said, they didn't know whenever it's going to be done.
Well, our people are tired of waiting.  Hydrogen sulfide is a  noxious gas that smells like a rotton eggs and corrodes metal throughout affected households.  
Environmental health engineer did the study for the CPSC and says warm , human conditions magnify the problem, we found direct relationship between temperature and humidity levels there are in the homes and the amount of sulfide that was been given off by the wall board.
There have been thousands of compains about the chinese drywall, and on the heels of (紧随其后) this new report, the government is expecting more answers. But still to come, a plan for fixing the problem.
It was a huge letdown(失望), because it still didn't tell me how to fix it, who is going to fix it , how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from, this has let us in such a mess. for now, Glickman and her family has moved in with her mother, her mortgage company(抵押放款公司) is giving her a temporary break on payments. But she and  homeowners like her will have to wait, wondering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb(定时炸弹).

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I couldn’t get well with the smell. The federal government is confirming JP on C of beach of Florida suspected all along. Tainted dry wall from China is giving off harmful gas that’s turning air condition wire black causing it to fail. It also destroyed electrical wiring and clotting metal throughout her home.  But what the consumer product safty commition can’t tell her is wether the hygeon gas so far gas coming from the tainted dry wall is making her sick. “they can’t tell me what’s happening to me now.  And more importantly, they can’t tell me what’s gonna happen to me in 20 years. You know, am I get end up with like a …person with long cancer. Federal investigators say they need more time to determing possible health risks. But florida senator Bill announces the state seems more complaints that all others combined agree with JK. “ I said what you gonna to know, they said they would gonna do another test. Well our people are tired of waiting.” Hygegon so far is … gas. It smells like …and … Environmental health engineers did study for the CPSC and says were humid conditions… get the problem. “ we find the direct relationship between temperature and humidy levels are ….  is giving off by the wall.” There had been thousands of complaints about Chinese dry wall.  …new reports that government is suspecting more …but still to come the plan for fixing the problem. “It was huge letdown, because it’s .still then.tell me had fixed it. Who is gonna fix it? How we go about fixing it? Where the money comes from? This is left us thing such a mess. For now, B and her family have moved in with her mother’s.  Her mortgage company is giving her a temperary break-on payments. She and homeowners is likely will have to wait, wondering if there dream home is actually taking time all.
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[Homework]CNN 2009-11-25 节目也修复!

I couldn’t get over this mess.

The federal government is confirming what Joan G* Florida suspected all along. Tented drywall from China is giving off harmful gas that’s turning her air-conditioning wiring black, causing it to fell. It’s also destroying electrical wiring and * metal through out her home. But what the consumer products safety commission can’t tell is whether the hydrogen sulfide gas coming from the tented drywall is making her sick.

They can’t tell me what’s happening to me now and more importantly, they can’t tell me what’s going to happen to me in twenty years. You know, I’m gonna end up with like a * person with one cancer.

Federal investigators say they’ll need more time to determine possible health risks. But Florida senator Bill * whose state has seen more complains than all others can bind, agree with Joan G.

I say when are they gonna know, they say we are gonna do another test, they say they didn’t know when that is gonna be done. Well, our people are tired of waiting.

Hydrogen sulfide is noxious gas that smells like rotten eggs and corrodes metal throughout the affected households. Environmental health engineer did study for the CPSC and says warm human conditions magnify the problem. We found direct relationship between temperature and humid labels in the homes and the amount of hydrogen sulfide that was given off by the wall bord.

There have been thousands of complaints about Chinese drywall and on hills of this new report, the government is expecting more answers. Let’s still come to the plan for fixing the problem.

There was a huge letdown, because it doesn’t tell me how to fix it, who is going to fix it, how we go about fixing it, where the money comes from. This is let up things such a mess.

For now, G* and her family have moved in with her mother. Her mortgage company is giving her a temporary break on payments but she and homeowners like her will have to wait, wondering if their dream home is actually a ticking time bomb. Shawn C*, CNN, New Orland.






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