Trump’s EPA Provides $100 Million To Combat Flint Water Crisis

Posted on March 18, 2017 By Chris Thornycroft

In a move that will surprise many, the EPA has come through on a President Trump campaign promise with respect to the crisis involving Flint, Michigan’s drinking water, according to local Michigan news outlet WNEM, CNN and other sources.

On the eve of a brief Trump return to the poverty-striken town, the Environmental Protection Agency has announced it has provided $100 million to help alleviate the ongoing crisis there.


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