DETROIT (WJRT) - (11-20-17) - Two court cases Monday could have a big impact on Flint's water emergency.
A federal judge in Detroit will hold a hearing about the city's long-term water source and who can sign a deal.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality believes Mayor Karen Weaver should have the power. But the city council argues removing it from the process is unconstitutional.
Meanwhile, a court conference will focus on health and education disability screenings for every Flint school child exposed to lead contamination.