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May 11, 2016
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10 Grant Makers Commit Nearly $125 Million to Help Flint Recover From Water Crisis

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Demonstrators demand action from the Republican presidential candidates about the water crisis in Flint outside the historic Fox Theater before the GOP presidential debate March 3, 2016.

Ten grant makers announced today they plan to spend $125 million to help residents of Flint, Mich., recover from the harm they have suffered from the city’s water crisis.

The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, based in Flint, spearheaded the...

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