Rick Snyder

Andrew Harnik, The Associated Press


(MPRN-Washington D.C.) Someone should resign. That was the message delivered by members of a congressional oversight panel looking into the drinking water crisis in Flint. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder testified, along with EPA chief Gina McCarthy. Depite that general agreement that someone high up ought to get fired or quit, Republicans and Democrats disagreed on exactly who that should be. 

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(MPRN-Washington D.C.) The charge has been leveled that state and federal officials put salvaging their careers ahead of making sure kids in Flint had safe drinking water. 

Melissa Benmark, WKAR

(MPRN-Lansing) State lawmakers have kicked off legislative hearings on the Flint water crisis. The first in a series of hearings at the state Capitol began the same day a congressional committee continued its hearings in Washington D.C. 


A state board Tuesday will consider two taxpayer-funded legal contracts related to Governor Rick Snyder’s involvement in the Flint water crisis. Democrats are blasting the governor for asking the state to pay for the contracts, worth $1.2 million.


(MPRN-Lansing) Governor Rick Snyder is asking for a total of $1.2 million to pay two law firms for outside legal counsel to help with the administration’s response to the Flint water crisis.