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Flint Needs Long-Term Solutions To Unsafe Water, State Official Says
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Flint Needs Long-Term Solutions To Unsafe Water, State Official Says

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Flint Needs Long-Term Solutions To Unsafe Water, State Official Says

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Steve Inskeep talks to Brian Calley, Michigan's lieutenant governor, about plans to use state and federal funds to deal with Flint's troubled water system. Drinking water is contaminated with lead.

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