State employee who was charged in Flint water crisis gets cushy job; Brandon Dillon won’t seek re-election as the Michigan Democratic Party chairman; and an anti-Semite who threatened local journalists was placed on house arrest.
DPD officers oust their union president; conservative columnist Nolan Finley wants Snyder to “go in peace;” and a Sterling Heights man has been charged with murdering a transgender woman in Detroit.
The Ilitches violated agreement to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in Detroit taxes; the Flint water crisis has gained little traction during the gubernatorial race; and a Shelby Township cop has been placed on leave after fatally shooting a man.
Trump’s choice to head the EPA has a lot to learn from the Flint water crisis.
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The emergency managers were appointed by Gov. Snyder and now face up to 20 years in prison.
Mayor Fouts compared the scandal to a “mini version of what happened in Flint.”
Columnist Nick Krieger explains why the state of Michigan does not have the authority to prevent Flint from suing.
Donald Trump blasted a Flint pastor as a “nervous mess” when she interrupted him at her church Wednesday for straying from the topic of the water crisis.
The uphill battle to recall Rick Snyder is getting new life after petitioners failed to collect anywhere near the required signatures.