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Drink up: a fact-check about Miami-Dade's water quality

Miami-Dade has plenty to brag about: stellar beaches, celebrities who live in multimillion dollar mansions, four-star restaurants, the world famous tennis tournament on Key Biscayne and the national basketball champions the Miami Heat.

But a county document boasted about something far more ordinary when Mayor Carlos Gimenez released his budget proposal July 9. A budget-in-brief document written by the county’s Office of Management and Budget stated that the county has "the nation’s highest-rated tap water."

Do we have some sort of liquid gold pouring out of our faucets that is the envy of other counties nationwide? PolitiFact went in search of answers to quench our curiosity.

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