Michigan's Attorney General announces investigation of Flint water crisis
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is launching an investigation into Flint’s water crisis.
Flint’s drinking water was contaminated with lead after the city’s tap water was switched to the Flint River in 2014.
The Attorney General says his investigation will see if any state laws were violated.
Governor Snyder has acknowledged that mistakes were made that allowed corrosive Flint River water to damage the city’s pipes which in turn leeched lead into the water.
Schuette promises his investigation will proceed “without fear or favor.”