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Judge Finalizes $600M Settlement Over Flint, Michigan Water Crisis

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Michigan will pay $600 million to settle lawsuits over the contamination of Flint’s water supply, which combined with settlements from the city and a local hospital will comprise the largest legal settlement in the state’s history.

Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) said in a statement Tuesday that a county judge has formally approved the settlement, more than two years after another court issued a preliminary approval.

The settlement includes $600 million from the state, $20 million from the city, $5 million from McLaren Regional Medical Center and $1.5 million from Rowe Professional Services.


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