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Tiny Michigan town in water fight with Nestle

Tiny Michigan town in water fight with Nestle Global food conglomerate Nestle is in a battle with critics in tiny Osceola Township, Michigan where residents complain the Swiss company’s water extraction techniques are ruining the environment. Maryann Borden, a retired teacher who has lived in...
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