Flint Residents: ‘No Good Reason’ Exists To Deny Preliminary Injunction
(March 31, 2016, 12:51 PM EDT) -- DETROIT — The Michigan residents who sued state officials for damages related to the lead contamination in the drinking water in Flint, Mich., on March 15 filed a brief in federal court arguing that their claims for a preliminary injunction are valid and, contrary to the city’s contention, there is “no good reason in law or fact to deny” it (Beatrice Boler, et al. v. Darnell Earley, et al., No. 16-10323, E.D. Mich.).
(Brief available. Document #15-160405-006B.)
Beatrice Boder, individually and on behalf of Edwin...