The state of Michigan is no longer sending bottled water to Flint residents. The city is still recovering following a lead contamination crisis in Flint’s water supply in 2014 which resulted in 12 deaths and elevated levels of lead in children. The lead seeped into Flint’s water after the State-appointed emergency manager decided to change the water supply as a cost saving measure. Today, over 12,000 homes still need corroded pipes replaced, and the construction is likely to cause further lead spikes in the water service lines. Flint Mayor Karen Weaver says she plans to challenge Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision. She joins Soledad O’Brien to discuss the next steps for Flint’s recovery.

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