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Michigan Will Finally Replace Flint's 18,000 Lead-Infected Water Pipes

By Mustafa Gatollari

One of the biggest modern tragedies is that a major city in America, for nearly three years, knew that it had polluted water resources and nothing was done about it.

Citizens of Flint, Michigan risked serious injury or death if they used or drank the tap water that came from the city's water supply. And nothing was done about it.

Since April of 2014, the water supply's been tainted, and it's only just now that something's being done about.