They are the first to face criminal charges in a public health calamity that has gripped the nation.
Will there be others?
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said charges Wednesday against two state officials and a Flint city administrator were “only the beginning.”
“Nobody’s ruled out,” he said.
From the start of Flint’s water woes, residents have insisted that culpability extended to the state capitol – namely Gov. Rick Snyder’s office.