The Republican frontrunner called for the arrest of a protester “for a filthy, dirty mouth.”
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.
The state approved the first recall petition to boot Gov. Snyder from office for bungling the Flint water crisis.
Gov. Snyder ordered state officials to withhold alarming evidence that Flint schools had dangerous levels of lead in their drinking water, according to new e-mails.
Michigan officials, including Gov. Rick Snyder, could face manslaughter charges if a state investigation determines “gross negligence” led to the deaths of Flint residents who were forced to rely on contaminated water.
Voters may finally get a chance to recall Gov. Rick Snyder, who has come under fierce fire for his handling of the Flint water crisis.
In the latest blow to children poisoned by elevated lead levels in Flint, the federal government has denied a request to extend WIC benefits.
The state quietly supplied its workers in Flint with clean water in January 2015 – 10 months before warning residents that the water was dangerous.
Turns out, Detroit offered Flint a better deal for water than the plan that ultimately led to thousands of residents being poisoned.
Anonymous hactivists have waged a campaign against Gov. Rick Snyder and other officials who ignored the Flint water crisis.