The Washington Post – Two years after problems began with the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, and nearly six months after officials declared a public health emergency, a bipartisan congressional effort to aid the predominantly African-American city is idling in the Senate — stalled by the objections of a single senator from Utah.
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