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RIANGLE LAKE — State and federal officials met with a standing-room-only crowd of residents from the Highway 36 corridor on Thursday to invite them to participate in an investigation of herbicides in the local environment, and to confront a range of tough questions in a session that lasted well over three hours.
The state hopes to test as many as 36 people from the local area, and another four people from outside the corridor as a kind of control group, Douglas said.