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The Lecturers Employee Organization (LEO) and U of M officials spent the weekend in contract talks. As designated word nerds, we here at That's What They Say whole-heartedly admit that sometimes we do things in our spare time that are a bit, well, geeky. For instance, English Professor Anne Curzan has been been working on a project that traces changes in the New York Times style guide.She's been perusing stylebooks from the beginning of the 20th century to the present to see what has changed over time.The Flint city council fell short tonight in an effort to keep the city’s water distribution centers open for another month.The centers are expected to run out of bottled water by the end of the week, now that the state is pulling the plug. Rick Snyder says tests of the city’s drinking water show significant improvement since elevated lead levels were discovered in 2015.The state of Michigan has decided there’s no further need to distribute bottled water to people in Flint.That free bottled water program began after tests revealed extremely high levels of lead in the city’s drinking water.Democratic candidates for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District were cheered at a crowded town hall at a Library in Novi on Saturday for embracing gun control reform measures as a part of their campaign.
The money will pay for screening to determine special educational needs among children who lived in Flint during the 18 months the state covered up the water crisis.
A Detroit non-profit that helps people who are homeless or facing eviction is losing a major chunk of its funding.
Ted Phillips, director of United Community Housing Coalition, says the Department of Housing and Urban development (HUD) isn’t renewing two grants UCHC relies on for 40% of its annual funding.
But the state says lead levels in Flint haven’t exceeded government action levels for over two years, so it’s ending the water distribution program.
It’s been another day of long lines at water distribution centers in Flint.