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Back when he repainted a kitchen in his newly purchased Delaware home, Sen. Chris Coons (D) remembers a stench of old oil-based paint so strong the family dog wrinkled its nose and ran away. Coons and his wife, Annie, used newer latex paint on the kitchen, but the old owners' oil-based paint that was left behind reeked, prompting them to buy a can of turpentine to dilute it. But it got him wondering -- if that was how the dog reacted, what did it mean for his young children?

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