Flint PFAS report investigator says she wasn't trying to protect Gov. Snyder
A former division director at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says she advocated for the best available science during the Flint water crisis -- not to protect Gov. Rick Snyder. Linda Dykema, who retired in 2016 as director of the Division of Environmental Health at DHHS, made the comments online in response to a story published by MLive.com on Monday, Aug. 28. The story concerned a May 2015 state report, of which Dykema was the principal investigator, that showed rising levels of PFAS contamination in the Flint River at two points downstream of the city's water plant.
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