Rick Pluta

Michigan Public Radio

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State Capitol Bureau Chief for Michigan Public Radio

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Michigan's Attorney General announced criminal charges today against city and state officials for their alleged role in the lead contamination of Flint Michigan's water.

First Criminal Charges Announced for Flint Water Crisis

Michigan's Attorney General announced criminal charges today against city and state officials for their alleged role in the lead contamination of Flint Michigan's water.

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