Michigan is ending the free water distribution program in Flint, but many residents don't trust state officials who insist their water is safe to drink, so long as they're using a filter.
The city's crisis over lead-laced water dates back to 2014, and the state has paid more than $40 million in credits for the unsafe water in an effort to ease the burden for residents.
To show that the water from Flint, Mich., is safe when filtered, the governor says he'll be drinking it for the next 30 days at home and at work. The city has been grappling with lead contamination.
It may be an expensive answer but experts say if Flint, Mich., residents used more tap water, it would help flush lead-contaminated water from the system.