29 Jul '16, 4pm

6 Michigan state workers charged with misconduct over the Flint Water Crisis

6 Michigan state workers charged with misconduct over the Flint Water Crisis

The workers (including one former employee) are charged with misconduct for a variety of reasons, including allegedly misinterpreting federal regulations, manipulating reports, and conspiring to misconduct. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services employees charged are Nancy Peeler, Robert Scott, and Corrine Miller. In addition to misconduct, their charges include “willful neglect of duty related to allegedly concealing or disregarding test results ” after tests revealed high levels of lead in the blood of Flint residents. Peeler and Scott both work in a “childhood lead poisoning prevention program” for Michigan. Miller is the Michigan Director and State Epidemiologist.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/6-michigan-state-workers-charged-wit...

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