Michigan Director of Health and Human Services to Stand Trial for Involuntary Manslaughter Over Flint Deaths 

Flint, Mich., still doesn’t have clean water and as the fallout and repercussions of the scandal continue, on Monday, a judge ordered Nick Lyon, the director of Michigan’s Health and Human Services Department, to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter relating to the 2015 deaths of two men from Legionnaires Disease.

#Flint: Mayor Karen Weaver Says State Oversight of Water System Is ‘Unwarranted and Unnecessary’

As of Tuesday, it has been 1,510 days since the people of Flint, Mich., have had a clean and stable water system. Although experts in the state had flagged the city’s water system as still being “poor,” Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder still pulled the plug on free water distribution in the city, leaving the residents to…

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