Monday, January 18, 2016

Michigan's crime against humanity

Updated 11:30 a.m. 1/19/16: Now comes just the beginning of civil litigation after Michigan public officials attacked the city of Flint.

To allegedly save a few bucks, and guided by punitive, racist, power-playing ideology, the state of Michigan will end up paying untold billions of dollars to manage the long-term health needs of thousands of citizens it poisoned. 

And more to fix the infrastructure so the people of Flint may, in the year 2016, in the United States of America, have safe and healthy water to drink.

Update - - Data shows that exposures to lead can depress IQ multi-generationally.

A shameful crime against humanity.

Will Wisconsin learn anything from the horror across the lake?

And will the Canadians?

...consider that Canadian officials were OK with the construction of an underground nuclear waste storage facility close to Lake Huron - - one of the five, interconnected Great Lakes providing drinking water and economic livelihoods to tens of millions of people in the US and Canada.  
And here is an update to the troubling Lake Huron situation.

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