Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is opening up about the Flint Water Crisis, including what he knew and when he knew it.
Snyder told Ron Fournier of The National Journal that he knew last summer about his Chief of Staff Dennis Muchmore's concerns that Flint was being blown getting "blown off" over concerns about the lead levels in the water.
Snyder also told Fournier that it is not "unfair" for his critics to call it his "(Hurricane) Katrina."
The Governor also says he is considering releasing all of his emails on the situation in Flint and that the state is "going to make a long-term commitment" to Flint that will go "on for decades."
Fournier reports that Snyder says more about the actions that will be taken to aid Flint will be unveiled during Governor Snyder's State of the State address on Tuesday.