According to a U.S. EPA official, Flint’s water system is improving.
This conclusion is the result of a closed-door meeting at EPA headquarters in Chicago yesterday. Data was presented from a number of officials, including the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Virginia Tech, EPA experts from Flint, and the Center for Disease Control.
Robert Kaplan is the acting administrator for EPA Region 5.
Stateside's Cynthia Canty talked to Kaplan right after last night's meeting ended.