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The Lead Contamination Control Act of 1988 authorized CDC to make grants to state and local agencies for comprehensive programs designed to 1) screen infants and children for elevated BLLs, 2) ensure referral for medical and environmental intervention for lead-poisoned infants and children, and 3) provide education about childhood lead poisoning.
The Lead Contamination Control Act of 1988 again authorized a CDC grant program in childhood lead poisoning prevention.