Reflecting on Flint: what happens now?

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 29, 2016
Marketplace Weekend host Lizzie O'Leary talks about what she saw in Flint after a week of reporting

Flint schools face a long-term lead problem

by Raghu Manavalan Jan 28, 2016
Flint's public schools already faced a $10 million budget deficit before the lead crisis.
Justin Roberson, age 6, and Mychal Adams, age 1, wait on a stack of bottled water at the Heavenly Host Baptist Church January 17, 2016 in Flint, Michigan.
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Flint water lawsuits highlight government immunity

by Kimberly Adams Jan 27, 2016
A coalition of groups including the ACLU filed suit against the city.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder speaks to the media regarding the status of the Flint water crisis as Michigan Press Secretary Dave Murray watches on January 27, 2016 at Flint City Hall in Flint, Michigan. Lawsuits have been filed against the state of Michigan and city of Flint officials in wake of the water crisis. 
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The long road to fixing Flint's water

by Raghu Manavalan Jan 27, 2016
One issue facing Flint: locating the lead pipes.
 The City of Flint Water Plant is illuminated by moonlight on January 23, 2016 in Flint, Michigan
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Flint is swimming in water bottles

by Tony Wagner Jan 26, 2016
What happens when all those donated bottles are empty?
Pallets of bottled water are seen ready for distribution in a warehouse January 21, 2016 in Flint, Michigan. The warehouse is the emergency water supply for Flint residents affected by lead-contaminated water.
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On the ground in Flint, Michigan

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 22, 2016
Marketplace Weekend host Lizzie O'Leary reports on the water crisis from Flint

Lawsuits pile up over Flint water crisis

by Annie Baxter Jan 20, 2016
Meanwhile, lawsuits against public officials and entities in Michigan are starting to pile up over lead-tainted water.

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Grocery exodus has Flint shopping for answers

by Adam Allington May 22, 2015
Flint's 100,000 people now have only one major store within city limits.

Michigan residents seek new path to the middle class

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 19, 2012
Community college replaces unionized auto factories as landmarks of economic mobility in Flint, Mich.

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