By Maya van Rossum (December 1, 2017, 4:11 PM EST) -- It's December 2017, and Flint, Michigan, still doesn't have clean drinking water. In Manchester, Texas, children still can't play outside because they're suffering from asthma after oil refineries and petrochemical plants opened near school grounds. Pipelines carrying gas rip through our backyards, damage farmlands and explode in our homes. Why are big corporations allowed to spew pollution and cancer-causing toxins, devastating our natural resources? Our legal system is actually designed to allow it, paving a clear path for big business to enrich themselves at the expense of our families and the nature that sustains us. Unless we establish better legal protections, unscrupulous...
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