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LIVE: Michigan AG on Flint investigation

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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette holds a press conference on the investigation into the water crisis currently affecting the City of Flint. The purpose of the investigation is to determine what, if any, Michigan laws were violated in the process that resulted in the contamination crisis currently forcing Flint residents to rely on bottled water for drinking, cooking, and bathing as they fear for their health.