Michigan’s Governor Will Soon Answer to Congress about Water Crisis

    Michigan’s governor will answer questions from Congress about the contaminated water crisis in Flint.

    FOX’s Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill:

    A time has not been set, but House Oversight Committee chairman Republican Jason Chaffetz says the panel will soon hear from Michigan governor Rick Snyder and EPA administrator Gina McCarthy.

    Neither were on a panel of witnesses last week examining local and state responses to corroded lead pipes that made Flint’s water undrinkable and is believed to have sickened hundreds.

    Republicans have been especially critical of the EPA’s oversight. Democrats, meantime, have been anxious to hear from Michigan’s Republican governor.

    On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, FOX News.