The Detroit News – A federal judge has dismissed a major class-action lawsuit from Flint residents over how the state handled changes in the city’s water.
U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara dismissed the case involving Flint resident and activist Melissa Mays and several Flint families on Thursday, saying “allowing … claims to proceed would circumvent the SWDA (Safe Water Drinking Act).”
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