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    Re: The State of Michigan has silenced Flint

    Quote Originally Posted by Stopandthink View Post
    Do you agree or disagree with the state financial advisory board saying Flints collapse was imminent
    What does that have to do with the water problems that the Governors own panel of experts said he bore a great responsibility for the blame?
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    Re: The State of Michigan has silenced Flint

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie616 View Post
    The water crisis never needed to happen.

    If the anti corrosive additive had been added to the water the lead in the old pipes would not have been been leeched out to the degree it was and the lead count would not have reached the high levels in the numbers of homes , businesses and schools that it did.

    The state knew that an anti-corrosive agent would need to be added to the Flint River water.
    The state had a study on Flint River water as a source of drinking water in 2011.


    Flint's water crisis: 5 things to know - CNN.com
    Excellent. Which then means that all this nonsense about Flints economic problems is just that - nonsense.
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