Michigan's governor has announced a new action plan to fix the flint water crisis.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has the story:

Governor Rick Snyder outlined a plan that includes replacing drinking water fountains and some lead service lines, just a part of his overall goal of improving public health and deadline with old infrastructure, too.

He also says all Michigan communities will comply with a much higher standard than the existing federal lead and copper rule.

Other plans include developing new home mortgage options. He says some of the shorter-term steps announced are already underway.

Last week, Snyder testified in Washington, D.C., where he came under intense questioning by Congress about the water crisis.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.