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More Charges Expected in Flint, Michigan, Water Crisis

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says criminal charges leveled against two state regulators and a city employee in the Flint, Michigan, water crisis are just the beginning. In the first charges leveled in the case, a pair of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) officials and a city water treatment supervisor were charged in state court Wednesday with evidence tampering and several other felonies and misdemeanors. "They failed to discharge their duties,"...

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