The Detroit News
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Hamtramck — Democratic lawmakers on Monday laid the path for more than $1 billion in federal aid to replace lead pipes in Michigan.
Replacement of the lines was expected to begin in June, said U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence at a news conference to announce the plans for infrastructure repairs across the state Monday at Hamtramck City Hall.
"(When) you don't fix something and you just try to ignore it, it will wake you up and make you understand how devastating it is not to invest in our infrastructure," said Lawrence.
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