One of the most vivid images of the Flint water crisis was the photograph of the then-two-year-old Sincere Smith. His little face, covered with a rash, was the cover of Time Magazine.
His mother insisted the rash broke out when the water changed to the Flint River, and that it got better once the family moved out of Flint.
The state of Michigan and the federal government have spent the past six months trying to figure out why so many people in Flint, like Sincere, have reported rashes and hair loss.
That report came out today.
Michigan Radio’s Steve Carmody joined Stateside to discuss its findings.