Sunday, January 31, 2016

In like Flint

Over at the DaTech Guy, a look at how the Flint water problem could have been prevented.
But somehow Flint authorities made a colossal and possibly deadly mistake by not adding an anti-corrosive that costs $150-a-day into the water supply. That toxic error allowed lead from old pipes to get into the drinking water and yes, into the bodies of Flint residents. Had that additive been used, the expert who uncovered the Flint debacle says the lead crisis never would have occurred.
Never look for the truth when you can blame Republicans.

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