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Activists: Charges in Flint Crisis Won’t Restore Faith in Government

Auditi Guha Rewire
Karina Petri, founder of Project Flint, said grassroots organizations like hers are struggling to find a voice for residents who have given up, some of whom have gone back to using the tainted water because they no longer care about the health consequences.

At Least 33 US Cities May Be Hiding Lead in Drinking Water

Julie M. Rodriguez Care2
A troubling new investigation by the Guardian has found that at least 33 large cities in the United States may be improperly testing tap water in order to pass FDA regulations on allowable levels of lead. Reporters from the paper looked at 41 cities across 17 different states, and compared local officials’ water testing methods to those suggested by the EPA.
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