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March 08, 2005

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Mark Hiester

The bill sounds good on the surface, but the privatization of an essential public good, clean drinking water, could be a less-than-sustainable response. See New Water Bill in Senate Correctly Identifies Problem, But Offers Wrong Solution (http://www.commondreams.org/news2005/0303-15.htm). On the other hand, public-private coolaboration on such matters, perhaps, could be accomplished in a manner that promotes a public good and uses the strength of the marketplace. But it does not appear to be part of Frist's bill.

Wendell B. Adams

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Wendell B. Adams

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