Up to 30,000 Flint kids to get screened for lead impact

April 9, 2018 - Detroit Free Press

Tens of thousands of Flint children who were exposed to lead during the Flint water crisis will be screened to determine whether they need health or special education services, under an unprecedented partial settlement of a federal lawsuit against the state and two school districts.

As part of the settlement, the State of Michigan will pay $4 million to cover the cost of the screenings, according to lawyers for the plaintiffs, which include more than a dozen children and parents.

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