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Steve Harvey interviews Flint Mayor, Karen Weaver on “The Steve Harvey Show”

*Monday’s episode of “Steve Harvey” (March 14) will spend the full hour on the Flint Water Crisis – complete with an audience bussed in from the embattled city.

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Flint audience member, Gladys brings a jug of dirty water and a handful of her hair, which has fallen out

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will also join Steve to discuss her recent visit to Flint and what she learned from conversations with the people.

Flint mayor Karen Weaver will also be on hand, offering an inside look at what needs to be done to fix the problem and how much it will cost.

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L to R, DR. MARILYN McPHERSON-CORDER (the chair of pediatrics at United Medical Center in Washington, D.C.), JIM ANANICH (a MI state senator covering the 27th District in Flint and the Senate Minority Leader), STEVE HARVEY, CHARLIE LeDUFF (investigative journalist and national correspondent for FOX television stations) and BOB BOWCOCK (water consultant and engineer who helped to expose the crisis in Flint).

Steve also welcomes Dr. Marilyn McPherson-Corder (chair of pediatrics at United Medical Center in Washington, D.C.) to discuss the health ramifications of the city’s water poisoning; Jim Ananich (a MI state senator covering the 27th District in Flint and the Senate Minority Leader), Bob Bowcock (water consultant and engineer who helped to expose the crisis in Flint) and Charlie Leduff (investigative journalist and national correspondent for FOX television stations).

Below, Mayor Weaver says that the $2-million they are paying the National Guard to hand out water, should be money that they give to their local residents to do the same job.

 

Below, Flint resident Gladys brought along a jug of dirty water and a handful of her hair:

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