Michigan mayor demands lead pipes be replaced after scandal

Flint, Michigan Mayor Karen Weaver (C) addresses the media at the opening press conference of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington in this January 20, 2016 file photo. The mayor of Flint, Michigan, which is struggling to cope with dangerous levels of lead in its drinking water, said on February 9, 2016 the city would replace all residents' pipes and was counting on state and federal help to foot the estimated $55 million bill. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/Files





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