August 10, 2017

LANSING — The poisoning of Flint's drinking water will leave a stain on the legacy of Republican Gov. Rick Snyder.

And whoever replaces Snyder will have to confront the aftermath of the public health disaster — and how he or she proposes to deal with it — during the 2018 campaign, where most candidates from both major parties say they expect it will be a significant issue.

On Saturday, Democratic candidates for governor will participate in a forum in Flint on the water crisis sponsored by the Michigan People's Campaign and other Democratic organizations.

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