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California lead paint award at a glance

By The Associated Press | Posted - Dec. 16, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.



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(AP) - A judge has ordered paint companies to pay 10 California jurisdictions $1.1 billion to remove lead from millions of older homes. Here's a look at how much each of the jurisdictions was awarded:

Alameda County and City of Oakland: $99 million

Los Angeles County: $605 million

Monterey County: $22 million

San Mateo County: $55 million

Santa Clara County: $99 million

City of San Diego: $77 million

City and County of San Francisco: $77 million

Solano County: $22 million

Ventura County: $44 million

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