Since the news of what's been going on in Flint made national news earlier this year, we've been at the center of a global spotlight. Who would've thought that Flint, Michigan would be a major talking point of the 2016 Presidential Election?

While lead and copper are poisonous toxins and should be tested for, what else is in Flint water that they're not testing for? Academy-award winning actor Mark Ruffalo works with non-profit organization Water Defense. They are working to educate everyone affected by the Flint water crisis that lead and copper aren't the only things in the toxic water supply. You can see his disgust with our situation as he tells residents that they've been bathing in, among other things, chloroform!