Under a partial settlement of a 2016 lawsuit, Michigan will pay $4.1 million for health and education-needs screenings of as many as 30,000 children potentially affected by the Flint water crisis. Another legal proceeding related to the crisis began Thursday, when four Flint residents sued the city and police over what they say was their unlawful arrest at a town hall concerning the water problems.
Settlement in Flint water crisis to provide $4.1M to screen children
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