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Will Michigan's Water Issues Swing The State?

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Will Michigan's Water Issues Swing The State?

Will Michigan's Water Issues Swing The State?

HuffPo reports that Michigan is the center of the water crisis in America.

There are towns around the state that are suffering from water contamination.

For years, Flint, Michigan has been the epicenter of the crisis.

Michigan has identified more sites contaminated by PFAS, short for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, than any other state A super PAC tied to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has aired ads in Michigan trying to make water a political issue.

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