Anyone affected by the Flint water crisis has to register today if they want to make a claim in the $641 million settlement.
President Joe Biden is expected to lay out the specifics of a sprawling infrastructure plan, while congressional leaders said they plan on crafting legislation in earnest in the weeks ahead.
"The residents of the City of Flint deserve justice and they deserve a resolution to these lawsuits," Flint, Michigan Mayor Sheldon Neeley said after the city joined the state's settlement.
"He affects the way our families get along," the former president said of Trump. "It emboldens others to be mean, to be divisive and even racist."
"I don't need to know anything more than 8 minutes and 46 seconds of what he did," said Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson.
"We don't need or want more photo ops."
The announcement of Snyder's appointment made no mention of the water crisis, instead focusing on his contributions to Michigan's workforce training, STEM education and infrastructure.
"We've come to the conclusion that talk is cheap," Representative Dan Kildee told Newsweek.
The county failed to connect 173 of 204 children to a Genesee County treatment program for health remediation.
Between 2015 to 2016, deaths caused by synthetic opioids like fentanyl doubled.
The names that received the most backlash included Flint Michigan Tap Water, Black Beer Matters and White Guilt.
Several trials are still ongoing over regulator involvement in Flint water crisis.
Kids in the city's schools still can't drink tap water there.
Over 126 million Americans—about 40 percent—live in areas that fail to meet environmental standards.
The lawsuit alleges that Karen Weaver tried to redirect water crisis funds to her personal campaign.
Obama will get updates from federal officials on the response in Flint, a mostly African-American city where more than 40 percent live in poverty.
The amendment was part of a comprehensive energy bill later approved by the Senate.