More Flint, Michigan citizens can advance substantive due process claims versus city and state authorities for presumably developing, overlooking, and concealing the infamous water crisis that poisoned thousands, the Sixth Circuit ruled Wednesday, despite some contention over who ought to receive qualified resistance.
The appeals court's decision was propelled by its recent ruling in Waid v. Snyder, which held that government officials, consisting of former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) and existing Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D), weren't immune from fit and their alleged indifference to the crisis “plausibly breached” the people of Flint's right to bodily stability. The complete …