After many months of finger-pointing, there’s an effort underway in Michigan to determine just who’s at fault for the city of Flint’s drinking water crisis.
Michigan’s Attorney General has now appointed a special counsel to investigate how the city’s tap water became contaminated with lead.
People in Flint have spent nearly two years drinking bottled water.
For almost as long, there’s been a demand that someone be held accountable for the decisions that left their tap water undrinkable.
Today, Michigan’s Attorney General took a step in that direction.