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Flint Michigan

Source: KDotWilliams / kdotwilliams

Four more officials have been charged in connection with the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Earlier today,  Attorney General Bill Schuette announced former Michigan state emergency managers, Darnell Earley and Gerald Ambrose each face multiple 20-year felonies for failing to protect citizens from contaminated drinking water and related health hazards. Former city executives Howard Croft and Daugherty Johnson also face felony charges. So far there are 13 former state and local officials facing criminal charges for failing to protect the people of Flint in the water-contamination crisis.