In 2014, news of a water crisis in Flint, Michigan, shook the nation. Tests conducted after months of public complaints confirmed investigators' worst fears: the city's taps contained dangerously high levels of lead and had poisoned people for years. A wave of studies soon revealed that tens of thousands had been exposed to the neurotoxin. Children were among those most severely affected.
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