Published on Mar 28, 2017
A US district judge approved a lawsuit settlement forcing the city of Flint, Michigan to replace 18,000 tainted pipes leading to at least 80,000 homes in the afflicted city. Flint, Michigan entered the national spotlight due to its ongoing water crisis. RT America correspondent Simone Del Rosario has the story. Later, Dr. Marc Edwards, professor of engineering, joins RT America’s Anya Parampil to offer his insights and draw connections to the broader national crisis of municipal water quality.