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The Michigan governor's approval rating has dropped sharply since Flint's lead poisoning disaster came to light.
It's not clear when the documents will be made public.
There is a major difference between how Republicans and Democrats are treated by the House Oversight Committee, Cummings says.
The citizens of Flint deserve much more than a steady convoy of trucks carrying privately donated bottled water. They deserve a full-fledged humanitarian military deployment, and a steady convoy of trucks carrying the equipment needed to repair their broken infrastructure and homes.
In Brazil it could be caused by the mosquito. In Flint it is caused by the politician. The one is not completely understood.
Michigan didn't have to poison Flint's children. That was a values choice. And Republican Gov. Rick Snyder values big business more than little children.
Public clamor for a veto and against Florida Governor Rick Scott's signing, today, of a new "water policy" bill lands in the governor's bubble like a muted, padded sound. Scott doesn't see and he doesn't hear, except through the filter of political ambition.
Michigan's governor said in his State of the State address he's very, very sorry for poisoned water.