Signs for a local restaurant reassure customers that they are not on Flint water but on uncontaminated water pulled from Detroit on Jan. 27, 2016 at Westside Diner in Flint, Michigan. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images/AFP
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The FBI is joining a U.S. criminal investigation into Flint, Michigan's water contamination crisis, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Detroit said Tuesday.The U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will hold a hearing on the Flint crisis on Wednesday and has invited the Environmental Protection Agency's acting deputy assistant administrator in its Office of Water to testify, along with an EPA researcher who raised concerns early about lead in the water.The EPA said in January that Susan Hedman, the head of its Midwest region was resigning, effective Feb. 1, over the water contamination crisis in Flint.
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