Michigan gets federal OK to spend $119M on lead abatement

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan won federal approval Monday to spend roughly $119 million over five years to remove lead hazards from the homes of low-income residents in Flint and other communities — the second time the state has received a waiver to spend such additional money to respond to the city’s tainted water crisis.

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