According to the Centers for Disease and Control, there is no safe level of exposure of lead for children and the most common cause of lead poisoning is from ingesting lead dust.
"The concern is that while we are not taking much action, children are being damaged on a generational level."
"Lead represents a leading cause of disease and death, and it is important to continue our efforts to reduce environmental lead exposure."
The EPA wanted years to study the hazards, instead the court gave them 90 days to update regulations.
An apology doesn’t change the health effects that Flint residents are seeing as a result of the elevated levels of lead in their water.