Flint's toxic tap water issue stemmed from an April 2014 decision by the state to temporarily switch its water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River to save money.
After the switchover to the river which had a reputation for being disgusting, residents began complaining that their water looked, smelled and tasted funny.
Flint returned to using Detroit's water in October after tests found elevated levels of lead in the water and in the blood of some children. Lead contamination can cause brain damage and other health problems.
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Already, more than 27,000 cases of bottled water from various sources have reportedly been handed out to residents.
"Lead levels remain well above the federal action level of 15 parts per billion in many homes," the city said, according to a CNN report. "Residents are advised to continue using water filters while long-term solutions are being developed."