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Baltimore Joins Global Movement, Becoming the First Major U.S. City to Ban Water Privatization

The global movement to stop privatization deals and expand public ownership just scored a huge victory in Baltimore, as residents voted overwhelmingly to ban putting their water in private hands.

Publication date: 2018-11-11
Parent publication: In These Times
Publication URL: http://inthesetimes.com/article/21574/baltimore-global-movement-water-privatization-2018

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