Michigan Attorney General concerned about potential bottled water price gouging in Benton Harbor

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Benton Harbor residents are being warned about possible price gouging of bottled water.

This, as they’re been advised to avoid using tap water due to lead level concerns.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is concerned that local retailers will raise the prices of bottled water to unreasonable levels.

Anybody who suspects possible price gouging can report it to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division at 877-765-8388 or file a complaint online: https://secure.ag.state.mi.us/complaints/consumer.aspx

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has announced free bottled water pick up locations for City of Benton Harbor residents:

Monday, October 18
Abundant Life Church of God, 693 Columbus Avenue, Benton Harbor
11 – 1 p.m.

Tuesday, October 19
Abundant Life Church of God, 693 Columbus Avenue, Benton Harbor
11 – 1 p.m.

Deliveries to the Benton Harbor Area Schools will begin this week.

To arrange a water delivery, call 211.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley October 18, 2021 at 10:27 am

Welcome to clown world! AG Dana Nessel should be more worried about election fraud investigations than interfering with the free market.

Of course, she is covering up for the rampant election fraud in Michigan since she was in on it.

She is also, like most Democrats, economically illiterate and doesn’t understand how “price gouging” is really just the market protecting the supply against spiking demand to make sure that necessities are available for everyone. “Price gouging” is the market’s natural defense against hoarding. Econ 101!


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