State investigator named to Flint water crisis probe

Aired: 1/25/2016 | 0:05:25 | Clip
The massive lead contamination of the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, has put public officials in the hot seat for the way concerns and revelations were handled. Now the state's attorney general has named a former prosecutor to investigate whether any laws were broken, but there are questions about how independent the investigation will be. WIlliam Brangham talks with Judy Woodruff.