'That Is Not Justice!' Outrage as Snyder Hit With Just Two Misdemeanor Counts Over Role in Flint Water Crisis
The charges come as new reporting indicates the former Michigan governor was aware of a Legionnaires' disease outbreak linked to the water crisis months before he acknowledged it in public.
'Despicable': Internal Emails Reveal Water Contractor Knew About Lead Risks in Flint Months Before City's Public Confirmation
"I think anyone has to ask themselves how the story in Flint would be different five years later now if Veolia had made those private concerns public."
WATCH: Viral Animated Video Shows How Just a Fraction of Bill Gates's $110 Billion Could Pay to Replace Flint's Water Pipes
"You'd have to save more than a $100,000 per year for a MILLION years to get there. So where's that wealth tax?"
By Allowing 6 Million Lead Service Lines to Stay In Ground, EPA's Lead Rule Update Will Do Little to Protect Drinking Water, Critics Say
The EPA must remove service lines "before another generation of children grows up drinking lead from their kitchen tap water," said the NRDC
Federal law should not greenlight weak standards for lead in water. The Lead and Copper Rule needs bold and far-reaching change.
Water Rights Group Calls on Newark Officials to Resist Privatization of City's Water Supply Amid Lead Crisis
"While city and state officials must respond to the current crisis with urgency, they must also protect their water system from predatory corporate operators."
As NJ and EPA Officials Meet Over Newark's Lead Crisis, Group Demands National Push for Water Justice
"We need a federal recommitment to safe and clean water for all, or these terrible episodes will continue."
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'Slap in the Face to the People of Flint' as Former Mich. Gov. Snyder Appointed to Harvard Fellowship
"His policies through pushing an emergency manager law led to one of the largest examples of environmental racism in this country's history. The crisis continues to this day."