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By banning water privatization, Baltimore is showing what it really means to resist

In the Public Interest’s Jeremy Mohler writes, “Baltimore’s leaders just showed what many call political will, a rare commodity in the age of endless tax cuts. Pushed by organized residents and groups like Food & Water Watch and Communities United, they’re laying the groundwork to truly fix the city’s crumbling infrastructure rather than use the smoke and mirrors of privatization.”

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Troubled Waters: Misleading industry PR and the case for public water

Emanuele Lobina of the PSI Research Unit (PSIRU) and author of a new report "Troubled Waters", commissioned by Corporate Accountability International, argues private water companies could spell disaster for the city's water system This report discusses the role played by misleading public relations in the attempts of water multinationals Veolia and Suez to expand their market share in the USA.

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