• Flint Is Still Shaken by its Water Crisis-and Residents Are Experiencing Long-Term Mental-Health Issues

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    The Jackson, Mississippi, water crisis this summer is a troubling reminder that some American communities are still failing to provide safe water to their residents. After Jackson's primary water treatment plant failed, around 180,000 people were left with little or no sanitary water. It was reminiscent of the crisis in Flint, Michigan, which rose to broad public awareness in 2015, when residents learned that they'd been poisoned for months by drinking water containing bacteria, disinfectant byproducts, and lead.
    The crisis is far from a distant memory in Flint. According to a new survey...
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