Column: Invest in prevention, not detection

Rules mandating the installation of a carbon monoxide detector in every home in New York are a colossal waste of time and money, writes Roger Rutter in this opinion article. Instead of spending millions to put carbon monoxide detectors in homes that don't even use gas, officials should establish stricter rules and oversight for the installation and maintenance of gas appliances, Rutter argues.

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