Michigan governor expects no charges over Flint crisis: newspaper

Michigan Republican Governor Snyder addresses electors gathered on the Michigan Senate floor to cast their formal votes for the president and vice president of the United States in Lansing(Reuters) – Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said he had "no reason to be concerned" he would be charged in connection with the Flint drinking water crisis that exposed city residents to high levels of lead, the Detroit Free Press reported on Thursday. Snyder made the comments to the newspaper on Wednesday, the day after two Flint emergency managers appointed by the governor were indicted on felony charges of conspiring to violate safety rules. "I have no reason to be concerned," Snyder was quoted as saying, while acknowledging he could not speak on behalf of state Attorney General Bill Schuette.

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