Flint Officials Could Have Prevented Lead Crisis for $80 A Day, Broke Federal Law Instead

Flint Officials Could Have Prevented Lead Crisis for $80 A Day, Broke Federal Law Instead:

“It’s outrageous that this sort of government-made catastrophe would happen anywhere in the United States,” Representative Justin Amash said Wednesday as he opened his allotted time period to question a panel before Congress about the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan. “The State of Michigan needs to provide comprehensive assistance to the people of Flint; and the state has the resources, I can assure you that as a former state legislator.”

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