Flint water crisis: emails reveal governor Snyder informed of problems a year ago

Guardian: Michigan governor Rick Snyder was informed of water quality issues in the city of Flint’s supply as early as February 2015, according to emails released to the public on Wednesday, but his administration struck a dismissive tone, saying the problems would eventually “fade in the rearview”. Related: How Michigan's Flint River is poisoning the city's residents A background memo sent to the governor on 1 February dismissed the pleas of Flint’s then-mayor Dayne Walling for state assistance, saying......

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