Petitions to remove Gov. Rick Snyder from office for mishandling the Flint water crisis will begin circulating statewide on Easter Sunday.
Rep. Cummings called Snyder’s team a “vindictive administration” mired in “utter incompetence.”
Congressional members expressed outrage Tuesday over the grave mishandling of the Flint water crisis, saying government at all levels failed residents.
Gov. Snyder’s office rushed to use the Flint River despite warnings about the threat to residents’ drinking water.
The state approved the second recall petition to remove Gov. Rick Snyder from office for his handling of the Flint water crisis.
Actor Mark Ruffalo delivered an impassioned speech about the Flint water crisis today.
The Republican frontrunner called for the arrest of a protester “for a filthy, dirty mouth.”
“This dirty deal was forced on Flint by the Snyder administration,” chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party said.
Snyder’s PR team understated concerns about Flint’s water, dismissed studies that showed serious health dangers and ridiculed journalists for writing about the crisis.
Two of Gov. Rick Snyder’s top aides implored the administration to stop subjecting residents to the Flint River because of serious health hazards in October 2014, nearly a year before the governor allowed Flint to switch back to Detroit’s water, new e-mail records show.