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MCRC Flint Water Crisis Report and Hearing Information
After a year-long investigation, three public hearings, testimony of more than 150 residents, community leaders, experts, academics and government officials, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission finds that race and racism played a significant role in causing the Flint water crisis, and all races were victims.
Report of the Joint Select Committee on the Flint Water Emergency
Purpose of the joint committee was to provide recommendations for legislative action after reviewing the findings of ongoing investigations into the Flint water emergency.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), State of Michigan, and City of Flint
Taking Action on Flint
State of Michigan's website providing updates on how they are addressing the Flint water crisis.
State of Emergency Declaration
On Monday, December 14, 2015, newly elected Mayor Karen Weaver declared a State of Emergency in response to the man-made disaster caused by the City’s water source being switched to the Flint River in 2014.
Michigan Drinking Water Regulations
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has primary enforcement authority in Michigan for the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act under the legislative authority of the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act.
Flint Water Advisory Task Force: Final Report
The State of Michigan's Flint Water Advisory Task Force's final report to Gov. Snyder on their findings and recommendations regarding the Flint Water Crisis (03/21/2016)
City of Flint Water Quality Concerns
City of Flint's website addressing water concerns.
EPA Orders, Letters, and Reports
Guide on Government Documents