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Official Pleads Negligence in Flint Water Crisis Investigation


In a plea deal Wednesday, Michigan's former state epidemiologist admitted that she was aware of the cases of Legionnaires' disease in the Flint, Michigan area around the same time the city changed its source of water, but didn't report it to the general public. Corrine Miller, the former director of disease control and prevention at the state's Department of Health and Human Services, currently faces three charges stemming from Flint's water crisis investigation.

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