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Michigan industries kept making and selling products with asbestos, until it was banned during the latter part of the 20th century. Asbestos was used widely in heavy industry, as well as insulation in hair dryers, electrical wiring, cement, paper, roofing materials, floorboards, and hundreds of other common items. Despite the legal ban onnew uses, over one million Americans are endangered by exposure to existing asbestos sources every year.
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