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Researcher: State Tried to Cover Up Child Lead Poisoning in Flint Following Switch to River Water

Researcher: State Tried to Cover Up Child Lead Poisoning in Flint Following Switch to River Water

2015-12-21 00:00:00

The State of Michigan attempted to cover up the fact that its own data revealed a significant spike in lead found in Flint children after the state forced the city to draw water from the Flint River, a researcher who studied the Flint crisis has alleged.

In a posting Monday on the website FlintWaterStudy.org, Virginia Tech professor Marc Edwards accused the state of neglecting the lead-poisoning issue even though Michigan officials knew as early as summer 2014 that there was a problem.

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