The NAACP is giving Gov. Rick Snyder 30 days to come up with a “timeline, deadline and price tag” for fixing Flint’s water crisis.
After that, the national civil right organization is threatening “direct action” protests in Michigan.
National NAACP president Cornell William Brooks laid out a 20-point plan for Flint’s drinking water crisis. The plan includes repealing Michigan’s emergency manager law, free home inspections and a new ‘state of the art water system’ in Flint.
Brooks says it's time Gov. Rick Snyder delivered a specific plan.