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When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

kcur.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

kalw.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

wlrn.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

wvpublic.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

wfae.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

wesa.fm — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

news.wabe.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

kuow.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.

When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

npr.org — The problems with high lead levels in Flint, Mich.'s water started in April 2014, when the city switched water sources and began drawing its supply from the Flint River. The new water was harder, and government officials allowed it to corrode the city's pipes, leaching lead and other toxins into the tap water.
Feb 08, 2016

On @npratc, my latest story on the #FlintWaterCrisis w @mallory_yu. Raising a family in a city with poisoned water: n.pr/1Lc9EVA

Feb 08, 2016

RT @arishapiro: On @npratc, my latest story on the #FlintWaterCrisis w @mallory_yu. Raising a family in a city with poisoned water: n.pr/1Lc9EVA

Feb 08, 2016

RT @arishapiro: On @npratc, my latest story on the #FlintWaterCrisis w @mallory_yu. Raising a family in a city with poisoned water: n.pr/1Lc9EVA

Feb 08, 2016

RT @NPR: "Is this America?" Jeneyah drives for an hour each day to get clean water for her family. n.pr/1Sc8KQF pic.twitter.com/S8ht9VcsHA

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Flint begins the long process of fixing its water problem

mprnews.org — In Flint, Mich., families are using bottled water to do everything - from cooking to bathing. The tap water is still unsafe to drink after government officials allowed corroded lead pipes to poison the water. People in Flint have lots of questions for those officials. Perhaps the biggest is the one Hattie Collins has.
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Feb 10, 2016

RT @mgodoyh: When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story n.pr/1nN2XE6 A must-listen story by @arishapiro

Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

Tennis, sonnets, Caravaggio, and the fall of empires. My @npratc chat with author @AlvaroEnrigue about Sudden Death: n.pr/1T5j6jY

Feb 09, 2016

@nabikichan @nprAudie Yes, most local stations will have a live stream from their website or from the NPR app. Pick your favorite!


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