Flint Water Crisis

The Michigan Attorney General says this is just the beginning and that more charges are to come.

Two state workers and one city worker have been charged in the Flint water crisis, marking "the first time criminal charges have been brought against government officials" in the outsize public health debacle, reports the Detroit Free Press.

Flint Mayor Dr. Karen Weaver joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss the latest details in the ongoing Flint water crisis and what is currently being done to rectify the man-made disaster that has poisoned an American city.

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Rep. Lawrence, one of the Congressional leaders looking to get to the bottom of the Flint Water Crisis, explained that Flint is not the only city in the United States that is "struggling with lead poisoning."

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In a friendly competition between two prisons in Michigan, nearly 30K bottles of water were collected to send to schools in Flint, to assist with their on going water crisis.

Inmates and staff at two Michigan prisons -- the Pugsley Correctional Facility and the Oaks Correctional Facility -- were able to gather nearly 30,000 bottles of water during a 30 day contest to see who could collect the most for students dealing with the ongoing water crisis in Flint.

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