Water Crisis In Flint Michigan – A Case Study Water Crisis In Flint Michigan – A Case Study

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Donald A. Forrer
Karen McKenzie
Tina Milano
Sunny Davada
Maria Gabriela Orlando McSheehy
Francis Harrington
Diania Breakenridge
Steven W. Hill
Elizabeth D. Anderson

Keywords

Water; Flint Michigan; Lead Contamination; Case Study; Economic Impact; Water Crisis

Abstract

This case study is designed to provide detailed information about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan brought on by a series of decisions that could have been researched better prior to enactment. The results were catastrophic to the citizens that public officials were sworn to protect. This case study will provide university classes with information to use while analyzing the causes and decisions that lead to the Flint Water Crisis. This study is not designed to provide all information, but to supplement class research in order to determine what happened and what should have happened. Available research offers numerous issues and plenty of blame, but no definitive answers.

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