Business is slower than usual for some restaurants in Flint, and owners say it's because of the water crisis.
Scott Ellis is the executive director of the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association, which represents bars, restaurants and taverns.
He says he has heard concerns from many restaurant owners about the impact of the ongoing emergency.
"First of all, business is down," Ellis said. "They're using Flint water, they're afraid if all the precautions were taken to make the water clean."