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1. What's the situation in Kansas?
2. What is AFM?
3. Are these cases related to Polio?
4. How many cases of AFM do we typically see each year in Kansas?
5. What is KDHE doing about this?
6. Where can we find more information about AFM?

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1. What are the symptoms?
2. How can you prevent AFM?
3. When should you see a healthcare provider?
4. How is AFM diagnosed?
5. Can AFM be treated?

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1. Since the EPA recently amended the RRP to allow a contractor to collect paint chip samples, will KDHE allow the contractor to collect paint chip samples as well?
2. I want to comply with EPA/KDHE Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. What do I need to do?
3. How long will it take KDHE to process my application to become licensed?
4. What happens if my firm is in the middle of a renovation job and none of my employees or my firm is not licensed? What should I do?
5. I operate a renovation firm and I have heard that Kansas has adopted its own lead Renovation, Repair and Painting program. Do I have to also be certified by EPA?
6. Are schools subject to the RRP rule?
7. How long will it take KDHE to process my application to become licensed?
8. Are stained surfaces subject to the RRP Rule?
9. I am a handyman working alone. Do I need to be licensed as a firm?
10. I live in one unit of a duplex and I own and rent the other. Do I need RRP certification?
11. I own and rent a home where the tenants do repair work at the property. In return I lower their monthly rent for their work. Can my tenants continue to do the work or no because of the RRP rule?
12. How does the Kansas RRP regulations differ from those of the EPA?
13. Processing time of applications is generally around 7 days as long as all information submitted on the application is correct and completed. You will be notified of any missing information needed and

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1. What is the monitoring period for bacteriological (Total Coliform Rule) compliance?
2. What criteria are used to determine the minimum number of bacteriological samples a Public Water Supply System is required to collect each month?
3. I missed my collection day. What do I do?
4. Can you test my well?
5. What about water supply address or personnel changes?
6. How does the State Laboratory mail out the collection kits?
7. How do I handle collection kits that are delivered while I still have bottles to collect?
8. What can I do if I have sent my sample, but forgot to fill out the collection form?
9. What if there is a small amount of liquid or white powder in the bottle? Is it safe to use?
10. What should I do if the lid on the bottle is loose?
11. I had a positive sample and sent in a box of 3 repeat samples, and now I have another box of 3 samples, what are they for?
12. I collected my sample but forgot to mail it, or I know my sample will be too old. What should I do?
13. Where do I collect the replacement for my rejected sample?
14. How many repeat samples are required following a coliform-positive result and where are they to be collected?

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1. How to order DC-70, DC-27, DC-28 and CDL-5 forms?
2. How does a Law Enforcement agency become certified to operate the Intoxilyzer 9000?
3. How does an individual become a certified operator?
4. How does an individual find class locations, dates, whether a class is full or if their training application was processed?
5. How does an agency, operator or custodian renew the certification of an agency, operator or instrument?
6. What is online continuing education training?
7. How does someone find a change of status, training application, or CMI evaluation form?
8. What is the change of status form and when do I fill it out?
9. What do I do when my instrument needs repair?
10. What do I do when I have received my repaired instrument?
11. I just received my Agency Application Packet; how do I complete all the forms?

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1. Do I have to submit a fee for an approval?
2. I am applying for a construction permit and a fee is required. Who should the check be made out to?
3. How many copies of my notification of construction or modification should I send in?
4. How many copies of my PSD permit application do I need to send in?
5. Who is qualified to sign a notification of construction or modification for a facility?
6. Do emergency generators require permitting?
7. There has been a change of ownership at my facility. How do I notify the KDHE of the ownership change?
8. My permit requires a Method 9 test. Can I conduct my own test, and do I have to get my certification in Kansas?
9. How can I request that information in my permit application be kept confidential?
10. I need a construction permit or approval for the equipment I want to install. Can I go ahead and order the equipment or begin foundation work prior to getting the permit?
11. I have applied for and received a permit for some new equipment. What are some common compliance problems that occur with new permit holders?
12. I have a Class II permit that contains limits. If I apply for a construction permit, how does this affect my Class II permit?
13. I am subject to a Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) rule that applies only in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties, both of which are in attainment for the standard. Am I still subject?
14. 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 60 reporting requirements have changed to semi-annual for most facilities. My permit quotes the old Part 60 requirements. Can I change reporting to semi-annual?
15. My permit requires a performance test within a specified time period because of equipment subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 60 requirements. Can I have an extension?
16. What is a non-road mobile engine and how does KDHE regulate them?
17. How does KDHE permit the venting of casinghead gas at gas well facilities?

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1. Who should I contact with questions about my permit?
2. How much is the fee for an operating permit application?
3. Where do I send my reports?
4. My Responsible Official has changed. Do I need to notify the Bureau of Air?
5. How many copies of my operating permit application do I send in?
6. What is included as an exempt activity for a Class I Operating Permit?
7. What is a Method 9 test?
8. What is a qualitative assessment?
9. What is CAM? Do the requirements include hazardous air pollutants?
10. What should my semi-annual report look like?
11. Do I have to startup an emission unit for a Method 9 test or qualitative assessment if I normally would not operate it at all during the reporting period?
12. I operate the equipment June to August only. The permit requires that Method 9 tests be conducted twice per year with no less than 6 months between readings. What should I do to stay in compliance?
13. I have applied for a Class I Operating Permit and have not received the new permit; a new MACT standard has been finalized, and my facility will be subject. What should I do?
14. How can I find out if my generator is an emergency generator?

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1. Where should I send reports and notifications?
2. I just discovered that I am out of compliance with my permit. How can I get this problem resolved?
3. My permit requires that I conduct a performance test (also sometimes called a stack test). I am not sure what this is, or how I get this done. Where do I start?
4. I am required to conduct a performance test. I would like to request a different test method than the one required by the rule that I am subject to. How can I do this?
5. I've got waste materials that I need to dispose of. Can I burn this material, rather than sending it to a landfill?
6. I have a complaint about a source of air emissions. Who should I call?
7. I would like to become certified to conduct Method 9 evaluations. Are there "smoke schools" in the area where I can get certified?

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1. Who must submit an emissions inventory report?
2. Who submits the emissions inventory report for a source that changed ownership?
3. Do I need to submit an emissions inventory if I did not operate in the previous calendar year?
4. Do I need to submit an emissions inventory if my facility shut down its operations in the previous calendar year?
5. What if some of the information pertaining to my facility is confidential?
6. If my facility doesn't operate all four quarters, why do the seasonal throughput percentages have to sum to 100%?
7. Why are the months listed for Seasonal Operating Percentages December to February, March to May, June to August, and September to November instead of the typical quarterly segments?
8. What should peaking plants enter for start time, hours/day, and days/week?
9. What pollutants must be reported?
10. Are there activities that are exempt from the emissions inventory?
11. Am I required to report fugitive emissions at my facility?
12. Do emissions from light duty vehicles such as security vehicles need to be included in the calculation of fugitive emissions from haul roads?
13. How do I report metals (or metalloids) hazardous air pollutants (HAP) such as chromium?
14. Which compounds are considered volatile organic compounds (VOC)?
15. What compounds are considered glycol ethers?
16. How should facilities report emissions due to malfunctions or upsets?
17. Which emission factor should I use if different factors are listed for volatile organic compounds (VOC), total organic compounds (TOC), and non-methane TOC?
18. Should stack height be measured from the ground or the top of the building?
19. Is there guidance on the acceptable accuracy of stack parameters?
20. What types of particulate matter must be reported?
21. Which Particulate Matter (PM) emission factor should I use?
22. Who pays emissions inventory fees for a source that changed ownership?
23. Is there a fee associated with my Class II Inventory?

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1. What is the Bureau of Air Monitoring and Planning Section?
2. What are the National Ambient Air Quality Standards?
3. Where does air pollution come from in Kansas?
4. What are the health effects of poor air quality?
5. How do I find out the air quality in Kansas?

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1. Why is physical activity important for people with arthritis?
2. What should I know or do before I start exercising?
3. How much exercise do I need?
4. How do I exercise safely with arthritis?
5. What do I do if I have pain during or after exercise?
6. What types of activities should I do?

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1. What is Early Detection Works (EDW)?
2. How do I become an EDW Provider?
3. How are payments processed?
4. Do you have other questions related to becoming an EDW Provider?

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1. Who can participate?
2. How do you get my phone number?
3. I am on the "Do Not Call" list. Why am I still getting calls?
4. How do I know I am taking part in a legitimate survey?
5. How long does the survey take?
6. Who is doing the interview?
7. What will I be asked?
8. Will my information be kept confidential?
9. Who sees the information I share?
10. Will services I receive from the state be affected by my taking part in the survey?
11. Why do you need my information when I am healthy?

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1. What is diabetes?
2. What is prediabetes?
3. What is type 2 diabetes?
4. Who is at risk?

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1. Unsure if you are eligible?
2. What if something is found?
3. What if you need treatment?
4. Do you have other Early Detection Works questions?

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1. What is palliative care?
2. Why is palliative care important?
3. Who is palliative care for?
4. How do I know if palliative care is what I need?
5. Why should I get palliative care?
6. When is the right time for palliative care?
7. Where do I go for palliative care?
8. Who pays for palliative care?
9. Who will give palliative care to me or my loved one?
10. What is the difference between palliative care and hospice care?
11. Still have questions about palliative care?

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1. How are the winners determined?
2. Why doesn't the public get to vote?
3. Will my students get their art back?
4. What kind of medium can the artist use?
5. How will we know who won?
6. Will there be a party for the winners this year?

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1. My sample paperwork says to collect on a Sunday. Is this required?
2. Where do I collect samples required under the Phase II/V Rules?
3. What is the MCL for nitrate?
4. My water system received a notice of violation letter. What do I do now?
5. Can you send me a copy of my sample results?

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1. What happens after a complaint is received for a licensed child care facility?
2. What if another agency is involved?
3. What happens if complaint is concluded unsubstantiated?
4. What happens if complaint is concluded substantiated?

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1. How often and when is the CCR required to be distributed to our customers?
2. How long is a PWSS required to maintain copies of their CCR?
3. When will the information be available that we need to complete our reports for the past year?
4. What if I lose my Certificate of Delivery?

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1. Can HABs cause illness in animals?
2. What should I do if I accidentally get water from a HAB on my skin?
3. What if I or my pets get ill and suspect it was from exposure to a HAB?
4. Is it safe to go fishing and eat the fish I catch?

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1. How are private & public water bodies defined?
2. I have a farm pond or own property adjacent to a private lake. Can KDHE sample & test it?
3. I believe that one of my animals got sick or died from exposure to blue-green algae on a privately-owned waterbody. Whom do I contact?

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1. Does my project need Kansas Department of Health Environment (KDHE) Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval?
2. What types of activities do not need IRB approval?
3. What paperwork do I need to submit for IRB review?
4. When and where are KDHE IRB meetings held?
5. Who participates in the Kansas Department of Health Environment (KDHE) Institutional Review Board (IRB)?

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1. Where does this data come from, and how was this data retrieved?
2. What are the health effects of poor air quality?

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1. What is KEIMS?
2. Who can be a KEIMS user?
3. What will be available in KEIMS?
4. How do I get to KEIMS?
5. How do I get help with KEIMS?

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1. What is syndromic surveillance?
2. What is NSSP?
3. Where can I find out more about syndromic surveillance?
4. Where can I find more information on other states and best practices for syndromic surveillance?
5. How do I get access to ESSENCE or KSSP data?
6. Who do I contact for ESSENCE troubleshooting?
7. Is the data identifiable?
8. How do I get information on Meaningful Use?

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1. Who is involved in HAB monitoring and tracking for KDHE?
2. How does KDHE respond to HABs in recreational waters?
3. Do KDHE close lakes with blue-green algae?
4. How does KDHE decide what lakes to sample?
5. How does KDHE decide what level of advisory to recommend?
6. What are the guidelines for use of a waterbody for each level of the advisory?
7. Where can I get current information about lake advisories?

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1. What type systems have to take part in Lead and Copper Rule?
2. How is compliance determined?
3. How do I calculate the 90th percentile?
4. Who do I contact if I have not received my sample bottles or I need replacement bottles?
5. What do I do if I need to change a Lead and Copper sample location?
6. What is corrosion control? How will I know if my system must perform corrosion control?
7. I’ve sent in all my Lead/Copper samples. What do I do now?
8. After sampling, how long do I have to send in the sample bottles?

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1. What are the symptoms for measles?
2. How long is a person with measles contagious?
3. Is there treatment for measles?
4. Are there any complications of measles?
5. What should I do if I’ve been exposed to measles?
6. What is the best way to prevent measles?
7. Who should receive the MMR vaccine?
8. What are the clarifications of recommendations for measles?
9. What are the international travel recommendations for MMR vaccine?

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1. What is the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)?
2. I’m not a medical professional. Can I still volunteer?
3. What will I do as an MRC volunteer?
4. What is the time commitment?
5. How can I apply?
6. There is not an MRC unit in my area, what should I do?
7. Will I get paid?
8. What liability protection is available for volunteers?
9. What is K-SERV? Do I have to register in that, too?
10. What is the Kansas Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps?

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1. What is Mow & Go?
2. Why Mow & Go?
3. What are the green benefits of mulching-in-place?

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1. Why is it important to have another hearing test as soon as possible?
2. What is a retest?
3. Can babies pass and still lose hearing later?
4. My baby seems to be responding to sound. Do they still need another hearing test?

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1. Cómo se realiza una prueba de audición a recién nacidos?
2. Y si mi bebé pasa?
3. Que pasa si mi bebé no pasa la prueba de audición?
4. Qué pasa si mi bebé no recibió la prueba de audición cuando recién nació?

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1. Porqué es importante tener otra prueba de audición tan pronto sea posible?
2. Qué pasará durante mi primera visita?
3. Puede un recién nacido pasar la prueba de audición y todavía tener pérdida de audición?
4. Mi bebé parece estar respondiendo al sonido. Todavía necesita otra prueba de audición?

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1. How is newborn hearing screening done?
2. What if my baby passes?
3. What if my baby does not pass the hearing screen?
4. What if my baby did not receive a hearing screen as a newborn?

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1. What if my well is in the study area, but I did not receive a letter?

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1. What if I am located outside the study area, but would like to test my water well for these parameters?

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1. What is pandemic influenza?
2. How are pandemic, avian and seasonal flu different?
3. What´s the difference between seasonal and pandemic influenza?
4. When is the next flu pandemic expected?
5. What risks do Kansans face from an influenza pandemic?
6. Does a flu shot protect against pandemic flu?
7. Are there any other treatments for pandemic flu?
8. What should I be doing to protect my family and me?
9. How can Kansans prepare for pandemic influenza?

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1. What is the Pediatric Emergency Ready Kansas (PERK)?
2. Why get recognized?
3. How can I participate?

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1. What must be submitted to KDHE?
2. What must be submitted to KDHE on behalf of a water supply system before it proceeds with developing new sources water or making modifications to existing sources of water?
3. What size paper are project plan sets to be printed on?
4. Do we have to use a professional engineer licensed to practice in Kansas?
5. When does KDHE issue a public water supply permit?
6. Are the ANSI/NSF 60 and 61 certifications really that important to water supply systems?
7. Does the Engineering and Permits Unit review and approve private/domestic wells?
8. Is it okay to connect to another public water supply system without the connection first being approved by KDHE?
9. Is a public water supply permit application always required for a waterline project?
10. What is the protective buffer distance for a public water supply well?
11. What are the horizontal and vertical separation distances for waterlines and sanitary sewers?
12. Are horizontal and vertical separation distances for water service lines and sanitary sewers services lines the same for waterlines and sanitary sewers?
13. What is the separation distance between a waterline and a sanitary sewer manhole?
14. Who can help with determining the proper disposal of wastewater from a water treatment facility?
15. Do I need a final inspection for changes made in infrastructure before placing them into operation?
16. Where can I get a copy of the minimum design standards for public water supply systems in Kansas?
17. What is the contact information for the KDHE District Office in my area?

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1. What is PRAMS?
2. Why should I participate in PRAMS?
3. Will my answers be kept private?
4. How was I chosen to participate in PRAMS?
5. Is it really important that I answer these questions?
6. Some of the questions do not seem related to health care – why are those questions asked?
7. What if I want to ask more questions about PRAMS?

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1. How soon after learning of a violation must a PWS give public notification to its customers?
2. Can I distribute my public notices for a monitoring or maximum contaminant level (MCL) violations with my yearly Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR)?

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1. What are the main criteria used to determine if a system is a Public Water Supply System?
2. How do I tell what type of Public Water Supply System I have?
3. How often is PWS required to measure the distribution system chlorine residual?
4. What are the minimum chlorine residual requirements in the distribution system?
5. What is the minimum positive pressure requirements for the distribution system?
6. How long does a Public Water Supply System have to respond to significant deficiencies identified during a sanitary survey?
7. What does KDHE recommend as the maximum annual percentage of water loss?
8. Is there a list of amounts the KDHE Laboratory charges for each type of test it performs for Public Water Supply Systems?
9. Are all Public Water Supply systems required to have a certified operator and where can we get more information about what is required?
10. How long must a Public Water Supply system maintain records on bacteriological and chemical analysis results?
11. Are we required to have an Emergency Operations Plan and if so, where can we find out what is required?
12. What should we do if our Public Water Supply has a major breakdown or loss of water service?
13. Where can I get my water tested if it smells or tastes bad?

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1. Which types of PWSS have to sample their water for radiological contaminants?
2. How often must our water be sampled for radiological contaminants?

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1. Do I need to report by telephone?
2. Who is a mandated reporter in Kansas?

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1. Since the Environmental Protection Agency recently amended the RRP to allow contractors to collect paint chip samples, will KDHE allow the contractor to collect paint chip samples as well?
2. I want to comply with Environmental Protection Agency / KDHE Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. What do I need to do?
3. I am planning to renovate my home. How can I find a licensed firm?
4. How long will it take KDHE to process my application to become licensed?
5. What happens if my firm is in the middle of a renovation job and none of my employees or my firm is not licensed? What should I do?
6. I operate a renovation firm and I have heard that Kansas has adopted its own lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) program. Do I have to also be certified by the Environmental Protection Agency?
7. Are schools subject to the Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule?
8. Are stained surfaces subject to the Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule?
9. I am a handyman working alone. Do I need to be licensed as a firm?
10. I live in one unit of a duplex and I own and rent the other. Do I need Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) certification?
11. I own and rent a home where the tenants do repair work at the property in return for lowering their monthly rent. Does the Renovation, Repainting (RRP) Rule restrict this?
12. How do the Kansas Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) regulations differ from those of the Environmental Protection Agency?

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1. What is the monitoring period for bacteriological (Total Coliform Rule) compliance?
2. What criteria are used to determine the minimum number of bacteriological samples a Public Water Supply System is required to collect each month?
3. I missed my collection day. What do I do?
4. Can you test my well?
5. What about water supply address or personnel changes?
6. How does the State Laboratory mail out the collection kits?
7. How do I handle collection kits that are delivered while I still have bottles to collect?
8. What can I do if I have sent my sample, but forgot to fill out the collection form?
9. What if there is a small amount of liquid or white powder in the bottle? Is it safe to use?
10. What should I do if the lid on the bottle is loose?
11. I had a positive sample and sent in a box of 3 repeat samples, and now I have another box of 3 samples, what are they for?
12. I collected my sample but forgot to mail it, or I know my sample will be too old. What should I do?
13. Where do I collect the replacement for my rejected sample?
14. How many repeat samples are required following a coliform-positive result and where are they to be collected?

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1. How does the Small Hospital Improvement Program work?
2. Who are eligible for SHIP grants?

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1. What is the cost of Early Intervention services?
2. What services does Early Intervention provide?
3. Where do families receive Early Intervention services?
4. Who should parents contact to see if their child is eligible for Early Intervention services?

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1. What systems have to take part in the Stage 2 Rule?
2. How is compliance determined for DBPs?
3. Why does my sample paperwork say to collect on a Sunday/or a holiday? Are we really supposed to collect on this day?
4. What if I missed the sample date listed on the sample form from the lab?
5. What do I do if my system or the system I purchase from is performing a free chlorine burnout?
6. Who do I contact if I have not received my sample bottles?
7. My samples were rejected. What do I do now, and how do I found out why they were rejected?
8. How do I get my water system on reduced monitoring for DBPs?
9. What do I do if my sample bottle or cap is broken?
10. After I take my samples, how long do I have to get them to KHEL?
11. Which systems have to test for TOC (DBP precursors), Bromate, and Chlorite/Chlorine Dioxide?

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1. Where does the data come from?

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1. What if I am located outside the study area, but would like to test my water well for these parameters?

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1. What are concerns associated with traumatic injury?
2. For every taruma-injury-related death, how many injuries are there?
3. Are trauma centers needed everywhere?
4. What are the benefits of a systematic approach to trauma injuries?
5. How old is the Kansas Trauma System?
6. What are some decisions currently being made by the Kansas Trauma System?
7. What are some ways I can get involved and help?

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1. What is Tuberculosis?

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1. My name is misspelled/wrong on the birth certificate. How do I fix it?
2. My birth date is wrong. How do I fix my date of birth?
3. My first and/or middle names are missing. How do I add my first and/or middle name?
4. My last or entire name is missing. How do I add my last or entire name?
5. My first and middle name are switched around. How do I fix this?
6. My sex is listed incorrectly on my birth certificate. How do I fix this?
7. I have had a legal name change. How do I fix my birth certificate?
8. I have gotten married; do I need to change my birth certificate?
9. My father’s name is not listed on birth certificate. How do I list my father’s name on the birth certificate?
10. How to put my true gender on my birth certificate?
11. Where do I mail my request or documentation?
12. What is the cost to amend my certificate? Are there any fees?

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1. How do I put the father or a second parent on the birth certificate?
2. How do I change my child’s last name?
3. We’ve been to court to determine the father/parent 2 or to get child support. What do I need to do to get the second parent listed on the birth certificate?
4. I did not have a name for my child at the time of birth but I have one now. What do I need to do to get his or her name listed?
5. One of the parent’s names is misspelled on my child’s birth certificate. How can I fix this?
6. How can I correct an error with my child's date of birth or time of birth?
7. One of the parent's date of birth or place of birth is incorrect. What do we to do to fix it?
8. How can I correct an error with my child's sex?
9. How can I put my child’s true gender on their birth certificate?
10. Where do I mail my request or documentation?
11. What is the cost to amend my certificate? Are there any fees?

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1. The party's name or date of birth are incorrect. How do I change those items?
2. The date of marriage is wrong. How do I change it?
3. The name of the petitioner, the name of the petitioner’s attorney, the attorney’s address, the date decree filed, the type of decree, or the county of decree is incorrect. How do I change that?
4. My ex-spouse amended something on my divorce certificate and now it’s incorrect. How do I fix it?
5. Where do I mail my request or documentation?
6. What is the cost? Are there any fees?

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1. The party’s name, date of birth, place of birth, or parent’s names are incorrect. How do I change those items?
2. The date or place of marriage is incorrect. How do I correct the date of marriage or place of marriage?
3. Where do I mail my request or documentation?
4. What is the cost? Are there any fees?

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1. I missed my collection day. What do I do?
2. Can you test my well?
3. What about water supply address or personnel changes?
4. How does the Lab mail out the collection kits?
5. How do I handle collection kits that are delivered while I still have bottles to collect?
6. What can I do if I have sent my sample, but forgot to fill out the collection card?
7. What if there is a small amount of liquid or white powder in the bottle. Is it safe to use?
8. What should I do if the lid on the bottle is loose?
9. I had a positive sample and sent in a box of 3 Repeat samples, and now I have another box of 3 samples, what are they for?
10. I collected my sample but forgot to mail it or I know my sample will be too old.
11. Where do I take the replacement for my rejected sample?

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1. What are algae?
2. What do the different terms mean?
3. When are algal blooms harmful?
4. What causes blue-green algae blooms?
5. For more information