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Do You Have Tainted Drywall?
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by Joaquin Sapien
ProPublica, May. 29, 2010, 5:52 pm

Remnants of Chinese drywall sit in an infested home in the Venetian Golf and River Club in North Venice, Fla., on Friday, May 20, 2010. (Chip Litherland / Sarasota Herald Tribune)

Thousands of American homeowners are living with defective drywall. ProPublica, in partnership with the Sarasota Herald Tribune, needs your help to get to the bottom of this story. If you are a victim of defective drywall, can you take a moment to fill out our online form? With your help, we'll be able to finally measure the scope and severity of this crisis.

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