State of emergency declared over polluted drinking water in Michigan city

Guardian: Michigan governor Rick Snyder has declared a state of emergency in Flint over problems with lead in the city’s drinking water as federal officials confirm they are investigating the matter. 'We were paying to poison our kids': lead in Michigan city's water hits children Read more Snyder announced the action on Tuesday. It makes available state resources in cooperation with local response and recovery operations. Federal prosecutors also said on Tuesday they are working with the US Environmental......

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