New York City's housing authority refused to accept hundreds of dangerous lead paint findings, NYT investigation reveals

When three-year-old Mikaila Bonaparte was found to have an unprecedentedly high level of lead in her blood, a health inspector quickly found the cause: Her mother's and grandmother's public housing units in Brooklyn were covered in lead paint.

The New York City Housing Authority's response? That can't be right.

In a massive investigation published Monday, The New York Times found that the authority re-tested Bonaparte's apartments with its own inspector and insisted there was no lead. But

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