LANSING (WWJ) – Two more people at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality are facing discipline for their role in the Flint Water Crisis. Confidence in the DEQ is apparently low – in both Flint and in Lansing as two more employees have been suspended while an investigation continues.

Governor Rick Snyder released a statement saying:

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“Some DEQ actions lacked common sense and that resulted in this terrible tragedy in Flint.”

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As it came out in the Wednesday’s email dump, Governor Snyder continued to back the DEQ even after initial concerns were raised in January 2015.

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It wasn’t until late December 2015 when it was decided that DEQ head Dan Wyant was a political liability and they called for his resignation while firing several others.