Feds Argue Immunity Again, Post-Discovery, In Flint Lead Case

By Danielle Ferguson (February 12, 2024, 7:23 PM EST) -- The federal government is urging a Michigan federal judge to dismiss claims from Flint residents challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's response to lead exposure that began in 2014, saying that because the agency's decisions were discretionary and subject to policy review, the government has immunity under an exception to the Federal Tort Claims Act....

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