Demand that the state of Michigan provide for its Flint residents affected by lead poisoning
Michigan officials have failed residents of Flint, Michigan. A state-appointed emergency manager switched Flint's water supply to the Flint River in an attempt to cut costs. The water from the Flint River needed treatment to make it drinkable, but officials "made a mistake" and followed the wrong protocol, and never treated the water. Now, thousands will deal with the effects of lead poisoning for the rest of their lives. Tell Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to ensure every affected citizen is provided with free long-term care.