Flint’s Children Suffer in Class After Years of Drinking the Lead-Poisoned Water

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White & Case associate Lindsay Heck, who is on a team that represents the children of Flint who were impacted by the lead-tainted water (pro bono), was quoted in The New York Times about the crisis. "The blame for this crisis lies on the state, and instead what we’ve seen is that the children are shouldering the blame," Heck said.

Read the full article on The New York Times.

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