It doesn’t take an investment banker to see the flagrant weakness in Michigan law that allows bottled water companies to line their pockets while tapping our most valuable natural resources.

That weakness is highlighted in a recent decision by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy to dismiss a challenge to a 2018 water withdrawal permit issued to Nestle.

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