DALLAS – Reforms of Michigan's emergency manager law were among the 30 policy changes recommended in a report released Wednesday by a special state legislative committee formed to examine the Flint water.

"From the start, I have emphasized that the committee's role was not to find fault or blame, but to offer solutions to help the people of Flint and to prevent a similar event from happening anywhere else in Michigan," Sen. Jim Stamas, R-Midland, chairman of the Joint Select Committee on the Flint Water Emergency, said in a press statement.

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