Is Flint MI still without clean water?

Just asking. notes:
"March 12 - New data from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality shows the spike in samples from Flint elementary schools that tested above 15 parts per billion of lead, the threshold under the Lead and Copper Rule."

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(NT) Seems so.
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That's the way

I'm reading it !

I wonder if all of the pipes in school were properly flushed ?

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