The first of three hearings began Monday on whether to grant final approval of a proposed $641.25 million settlement over water contamination in Flint, Michigan, with objectors raising concerns about bone scans and off-the-record meetings between lawyers and the judge.

U.S. District Judge Judith Levy of the Eastern District of Michigan scheduled fairness hearings for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, all via Zoom, to address objectors’ concerns.

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