Michigan governor hires lawyers for Flint water issues – The Washington Post

Here we go again, another governor, usually the GOP, hiring attorneys. I wonder if he’s going to be like Rick Perry and the man that the state pay his legal fees. I hope that criminal charges are brought against this man and many of those in his staff that ignored the poisoning of a whole community because they were considered unimportant and the underclass.


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Flint resident Brittani Felton watches out her front door as Waldorf & Sons Excavating digs up and changes the first lead service line on Thursday, March 3, 2016 in Flint, Mich. “It’s a shame. We’ve been paying for something we couldn’t use. Can’t drink it. Can’t wash with it,” Felton said. “I’m ecstatic they’re changing my pipes. This is something our community needs. Our children need it.” (Jake May/The Flint Journal-MLive.com via AP) (Associated Press)

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Emails reveal governor’s officials flagged early on Flint water – Videos – CBS News

CBS News has done a great public service. These emails are incredibly damning. The governor’s office NEW and they wanted all of the information hidden about the Flint water being poisoned. When are criminal charges going to be brought against this governor?


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Congressman admits relationship with airline lobbyist – US News

Having a sexual relationship with a coworker is never a good thing. but having a sexual relationship with a lobbyist representing the very group that you are supposed to be overseeing is a crime, plain and simple.


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FILE - This May 16, 2013 file photo shows House Transportation and Infrastructure Full Committee Chairman Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa. on Capitol Hill in Washington. The chairman of the House committee that handles aviation legislation is acknowledging that he has a private and personal relationship an airline industry lobbyist Shelley Rubino in a statement Thursday, April 16, 2015, but said she doesn’t lobby him. Rubino works for Airlines for America, a trade association for major U.S. airlines. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)