Six state workers accused of criminal wrongdoing in the Flint Water Crisis are getting their state paychecks once again - and Flint’s mayor is not happy that.
The six suspended state workers are charged with a total of 18 felony charges. They were initially suspended without pay, but their pay was reinstated this week.
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver doesn’t think the six should be getting a state paycheck.
“It makes you question what people’s priorities are,” Weaver told reporters today.