Howes on Flint water criminal charges: "We're not done"
Two state water quality experts and a Flint utility official have been charged with felonies and misdemeanors related to the city's drinking water crisis.
The charges include misconduct and neglect of duty, and lying to cover up the lead contamination.
When asked specifically whether Governor Snyder was being looked at as part of the state's ongoing investigation, state Attorney General Bill Schuette simply responded that "no one is above the law."
We speak with Daniel Howes of The Detroit News about the criminal charges detailed Wednesday and the ongoing investigation into the Flint water crisis.
GUEST Daniel Howes is a columnist and business editor for The Detroit News. He tweets @DanielHowes_TDN