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Gov. William Winter of Mississippi has named a 12-member task force of state education, building, and health officials to study the problem of potentially hazardous asbestos in public facilities, including public schools. The task force is also charged with developing a plan to deal with the problem.

There is no date set for the task force to submit its final report.

"We wanted the task force to have enough time to complete a thorough analysis," said David Crews, a spokesman for the Governor.

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