Is the state really doing all it can to help Flint?
President Obama's visit this week puts the national spotlight back on Flint and its water crisis.
It has been four months since Governor Snyder declared a state of emergency in Flint. There were promises to fix the many problems Flint now faces because of its water. But a bill that would send the city $144 million to help fix the city's problems is still stuck in the state Legislature.
State Representative Sheldon Neeley, a Democrat from the 34th District and lifelong Flint resident, joins us to talk about whether the state has really done all it can to help Flint, and in the most timely manner.