Flint children still suffering the effects of lead poisoning
“It’s been two years since officials in Flint, Michigan, told residents their tap water was unsafe to drink due to toxic levels of lead. Before the switch to the Flint River, residents had drawn their water from Lake Huron. In January 2015, Flint officials decline offer to reconnect water to Lake Huron. Six months later, experts at Virginia Tech recommended the state declare the water unsafe.
Since then, families like the Walters are still living with the effects of lead poisoning every day.” Click here to read more.