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Criminal Charges Filed Against Six State Officials Over Flint Water Scandal, But Problem goes Far Deeper

June 16, 2017

While the criminal charges against the officials is an important first step, the root causes of the crisis – the system of emergency management – have not been tackled explains Rev. David Alexander Bullock of Change Agent Consortium

‘Recall Gov. Richard D. Snyder’ Campaign in Michigan Gains Momentum

May 6, 2016

Frank Hammer and Rev. David Bullock say growing outrage over unelected Emergency Managers, Flint’s water crisis and Detroit’s crumbling school system will help collect the 790,000 signatures needed to recall Gov. Rick Snyder

Detroit Teachers Shut Down Schools for Second Day Over Lack of Pay

May 3, 2016

Detroit faces dual crises: The cash-strapped city doesn’t have enough money to pay its teachers and has begun shutting off water to up to 20,000 residents who are behind on their water bill

The Story Behind the Flint Water Crisis

April 22, 2016

“Here’s To Flint” is an exhaustive probe into how the city of Flint was left exposed to lead-tainted drinking water for nearly two years. Criminal charges have been filed against three public officials: Mike Glasgow, Flint’s laboratory and water quality supervisor; Mike Prysby, a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality official; and Stephen Busch, the Lansing district coordinator for the DEQ’s Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance. These charges range from manipulating water sampling and misleading federal regulatory officials to tampering with evidence. The documentary is based on the work of ACLU of Michigan investigative reporter Curt Guyette.

Class War in Michigan

December 11, 2012

Frank Hammer: GOP Governor and State legislature pass law weakening union rights

Obama Gave up on a Detroit Green Machine

September 9, 2011

Frank Hammer: In 2009, Obama offered a vision of jobs through building a green economy

Obama Labor Day Speech Praises Union Concessions

September 6, 2011

Frank Hammer: Obama and UAW leadership restructured auto industry in a race to the bottom, not a stronger "middle class"