Schuette + Snyder = $23+ Million In Flint Water Crisis Attorney Bills

May 4, 2018
The $23 million — enough money to supply Flint with bottled water until all lead and galvanized service lines have been removed and replaced — does not include updated costs for attorneys provided to three former emergency managers, an expense neither the city nor the state have agreed to fully pay and which remains a point of negotiation. . . . Included in the total is $6.2 million appropriated by the state Legislature for Attorney General Bill Schuette’s criminal prosecution of 11 remaining water crisis defendants, $6.1 million for civil and criminal attorneys at the DEQ, $5.7 million in invoices for the office of Gov. Rick Snyder, and $4.7 million for DHHS. (Flint Journal)


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