The Takeaway New York Public Radio (NPR) Posted March 8, 2016 by BottlesForTheBabies


About 500 residents of Flint, Michigan turned up for a town hall meeting last night hoping to find answers and solutions to the ongoing water crises.

Yesterday, Governor Rick Snyder held a news conference to ask the federal government to expand Medicaid to anyone under the age of 21 who was exposed to lead. Outside professionals such as Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards—one of the first people to raise the alarm in Flint—have been hired to monitor the water testing.

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