LANSING — A joint select committee of the Michigan Legislature on Wednesday called for sweeping changes in state government in response to the Flint drinking water crisis, including reforms of the state’s emergency manager law and help to raise awareness about and replace lead service lines statewide.

“Our primary task was not to find fault or place blame, but rather to identify the means to bring positive change to the people of Michigan and particularly those in Flint,” the committee’s chairman, Sen. Jim Stamas, R-Midland, said in an introduction to the 33-page report. ( – Paul Egan) Click here to read the full story!

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