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State AG targets three companies in lawsuit over Flint water crisis

Attorney General Bill Schuette faces legal complexities in his civil lawsuit to acquire damages for Flint.
Steve Carmody
Michigan Radio
The state is suing Veolia North America; Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam; and Leo A. Daly Co.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced today he's suing companies that he says allowed the Flint water disaster to, in his words, "occur, continue and worsen."

Michigan Radio's Lansing Bureau ChiefRick Pluta was at this morning's announcement in Flint.

Pluta joined us today to talk about who's being sued and why.

GUEST Rick Pluta is Michigan Radio's Lansing Bureau Chief and co-host of It's Just Politics.

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