KIRO 97.3 host Dave Ross asked Rob about the latest in the Flint water scandal, with Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filing charges against one local and two state employees for evidence tampering and other charges.
Rob: “Sometimes people exercise really bad judgment. Why did employees at the state Department of Corrections in the I.T. department, you know, not make changes to the software to calculate release time for prisoners three years after they were told it was wrong? It is really baffling sometimes that budget decisions can drive this kind of behavior.”
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