"Although they insist the water is now safe, Fox Lake officials have told inmates, staff and visitors about the high lead and copper levels and advised them to run the water for 15 to 30 seconds before using it for drinking or cooking, or when a faucet has been unused for more than six hours. (The state DNR recommends running the water for two to three minutes under those conditions.)"
Dee J. Hall has the story at WisconsinWatch.
Does pumping 'inmates' full of toxic heavy metals seem a cruel and unusual punishment, (Eighth amendment, United States Constitution)?