Flint water crisis hearings end without Gov. Snyder's testimony
The legislative committee in charge of examining what went wrong with the Flint water crisis has concluded.
When Midland Republican Sen. Jim Stamas was appointed chairman, he promised to take testimony on the mistakes that led to the Flint water disaster "at all levels of government,"and to ensure that something like this never happens again.
However, neither Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder nor any of the former emergency managers in charge of the city of Flint were called to testify.
Stamas and Flint Democratic Sen. Jim Ananich joined Stateside to explain why.