Watch Gov. Snyder's 2016 State of the State speech By Mark Brush • Jan 20, 2016 TweetShareGoogle+Email Gov. Snyder delivers his 2016 State of the State address on January 19, 2016. Credit House Republicans Instagram screen shot In case you missed Gov. Snyder's State of the State speech, you can watch it below. (If it doesn't load for you, try this link.) Tags: Flint water crisisTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Gov. Snyder to Flint: "Government failed you." By Sarah Hulett, Rebecca Williams & Lindsey Smith • Jan 19, 2016 screen shot / House TV In his sixth State of the State address tonight, Governor Rick Snyder outlined a plan to deal with the short-term damage wrought by the Flint water crisis. Snyder was contrite in the speech, during which he laid out the many failings of state and local government in the decision to pump water from the Flint River. “I’m sorry, and I will fix it,” Snyder said. “Government failed you.” Among other things, Snyder’s plan includes $28 million for: Here are 3 things Governor Snyder could do for Flint By Michigan Radio Newsroom • Jan 19, 2016 Rick Snyder for Michigan / Facebook Page As Governor Rick Snyder begins his State of the State address tonight, audience members will be listening closely for what he says about Flint. So what could Snyder actually do for the people in Flint, besides promise money? Here are three actions people have been asking for: 1) Create a "Future Fund" for those kids who were exposed to high levels of lead Class-action suits seek special state fund to pay for Flint water crisis By Steve Carmody • Jan 19, 2016 Steve Carmody / Michigan Radio Gov. Rick Snyder may have to go under oath about the Flint water crisis, if some class-action attorneys have their way. A trio of class-action lawsuits have been filed in the Flint water crisis. Among other things, the suits are demanding the state create a special fund to cover damages related to the crisis. Attorney Michael Pitt says the crisis is the state’s responsibility. “When I went to kindergarten, my kindergarten teacher said ‘if you make the mess, you clean it up,’” says Pitt. Flint lawmaker wants part of budget surplus spent on water crisis By Steve Carmody • Jan 18, 2016 Steve Carmody / Michigan Radio Flint State Representative Sheldon Neeley would like to hear Governor Snyder commit to spend part of a budget surplus to address Flint’s water crisis during his State of the State address. Last week, state budget officials estimated Michigan will have a $575 million, one-time revenue surplus this year. Neeley knows where he would like the money to be used: Flint’s water emergency.