The physical, mental, and financial toll of Flint's toxic water
President Obama is in Flint, Michigan today to address the ongoing water crisis. Under increasing pressure and criticism, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder declared a state of emergency in the city where more than 100,000 residents were exposed to lead-tainted water. The state’s relief efforts are being organized by the Michigan State Police, who are giving out bottled water and filtration systems. The Flint Coalition plans to have their water samples crosschecked with the state’s findings. Is it too little too late in Flint?