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Benton Harbor officials first found lead levels above the federal action level in the drinking water in the fall of 2018. The move comes after a coalition of national and local groups called for the federal government to step in and use its emergency powers to provide bottled water to residents earlier this month.
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Paulette Parker
Michigan Radio
Physically and emotionally exhausted from seeing patient after patient die of COVD-19 complications—some after refusing vaccination and medical counsel—Beaumont pulmonologist Dr. Matthew Trunsky took to Facebook to voice his frustrations.
Caroline Llanes
Michigan Radio
Ann Arbor City Council considers the future of the city's drinking water source and its water treatment plant.
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