Public health emergency declared in Flint, Michigan, due to contaminated water

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Public health emergency declared in Flint, Michigan, due to contaminated water – CBS News

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When Flint, Michigan, disconnected their water supply from Detroit and started drawing from the Flint River, they were thinking of $15 million in savings. But they may have gotten more than they bargained for, reports Dean Reynolds.

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