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EPA chief on Jackson, Mississippi's water crisis: "Government has failed the city"

CBS News chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod spoke with the head of the Environmental Protection Agency about the recent water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, which left thousands of residents without clean running water for days. EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan said "all options are on the table," including a possible federal takeover of the city's troubled water system.
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