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Michigan Public Radio Talks to Michael Pitt About Flint Stall

From Michigan Public Radio flintriver042015_020Amidst the headlines about Attorney General Schuette's criminal investigation and charges filed in the Flint water disaster, there is another legal story unfolding. Four separate civil lawsuits were filed on behalf of thousands of Flint residents between November of last year and this past April. And, as we mark one year since the breadth and depth of the Flint water crisis became known to the world, we decided to measure the progress of these suits. This week we spoke to a member of the Flint water class action legal team. Michael Pitt is a co-founding partner of the Royal Oak-based firm, Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers and is one of the lawyers working to get Flint residents the compensation they deserve. You can hear the interview on Stateside with Cynthia Canty here.

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