Gov. Snyder asks Attorney General to go after 3M

LANSING, Mich. (WOOD) –- Gov. Rick Snyder has asked Michigan’s attorney general to take legal action against 3M, the manufacturer of Scotchgard and two firefighting foams that have been found to contribute to the presence of PFAS in the water supply.

While Friday’s announcement marked the first time the state said it would take legal action against 3M, it previously sued Wolverine World Wide for PFAS contamination in Kent County.

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