Wednesday, June 29, 2016

AG says Michigan governor's private attorneys withheld documents in Flint water probe

LANSING, MI — Gov. Rick Snyder's private attorneys withheld documents that investigators with the Michigan Attorney General's Office have requested, Attorney General Bill Schuette said. 
Snyder's spokesman said Tuesday the The governor's office is working to comply with the investigation.
Schuette identified the governor's attorneys during a June 28 roundtable when asked for details about who was withholding documents.
"It's the governor's private attorneys that were not providing that information," Schuette said Tuesday to a roomful of reporters and news cameras. 
"I think we'll solve that, but that's the issue," Schuette said. He did not give details as to how the issue would be solved, or if the requested documents were still outstanding Tuesday. 

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