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A sign at a local restaurant reassures customers that they are not on Flint water but on uncontaminated water pulled from Detroit on Jan. 27, 2016 at Westside Diner in Flint, Mich. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty)

Will Detroit be the next Flint?

Tonight, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality will take public comment on an application from an oil company to release more sulfur dioxide into the air over southwest Detroit. If the MDEQ approves, city officials will be powerless to stop it.“The buzz is that DEQ is on the verge of approving Marathon’s request to increase the level...

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