“GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — In one of the last votes for the Michigan Legislature before breaking for the year, lawmakers voted Wednesday to send resources to help with the response to PFAS-contaminated water sooner rather than later.

The Legislature came up with $23 million in supplemental spending to address the problem. It’s essentially a down payment on what will be a yearslong process of finding out where PFAS-related chemicals are, how they affect people and how to get rid of them.”

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