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Charges filed in Flint water crisis

April 20, 2016
The Attorney General of Michigan has filed charges in the Flint water crisis.

According to an article appearing the the Detroit News, the office of the Michigan State Attorney General, Bill Schuette, has filed charges against three people for their involvement in the ongoing Flint, Michigan water crisis.

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality District Engineer Michael Prysby, Stephen Busch, DEQ’s Office of Drinking Water’s Lansing and Jackson district supervisor, and Michael Glasgow, Flint’s utilities administrator face numerous misdemeanor and felony charges.

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