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Bill Schuette
State of Michigan / michigan.gov

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says lawyers hired by Governor Rick Snyder at public expense are delaying progress in the criminal investigation of the Flint water crisis


Bill Schuette
State of Michigan / michigan.gov

The state has filed a lawsuit seeking to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in damages from two water engineering firms that did work in Flint.  


Flint Water
Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org

Two state water quality experts and a Flint utility official face criminal charges related to the Flint water crisis.


Flint Water
MPRN

Governor Rick Snyder is asking for $1.2 million to pay for outside legal counsel to help with the administration’s response to the Flint water crisis.  


Bill Schuette
Courtesy Photo / michigan.gov

The lawyer in charge of state Attorney General Bill Schuette’s investigation into the Flint water crisis says some people may be charged with serious crimes before it’s all over.