Spike in cases of Legionnaires' eyed for tie to Flint toxic water
Rachel Maddow reports the increasing suspicion that a spike in cases of Legionnaires' disease in Flint, Michigan, ten of which were fatal, is related to the botched change in the city's water source that has also poisoned residents with lead from corroded pipes.
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