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Have you voted in the Corporate Hall of Shame yet?

If not, you should do it right now. It will only take a moment, and you'll help guide our work in the coming year to shine a spotlight on some of the world's most abusive corporations.

Take one look at the headlines, and you'll see why exposing corporate abuse is so important.

Right now, Donald Trump is pushing an infrastructure agenda that could channel billions in taxpayer money into the hands of giant corporations like Veolia.

Furthermore, President Trump's budget would cut a $498 million program that helps rural communities maintain their water and sewer systems. It's all laying the groundwork for a corporate water grab.

I know you're not the type to stand by and let abusive corporations take control. Make your voice heard -- vote right now in the 2017 Corporate Hall of Shame.

Trump has demonstrated over and over that corporate interests come first in his administration. And corporations like Veolia, one of the abusive contenders on the 2017 Corporate Hall of Shame ballot, are chomping at the bit to take advantage of this pro-corporate agenda. Veolia has contributed to major water issues like the lead crises in Flint and Pittsburgh and threatens to take control of water systems all over the world to line its pockets.

We the people should be in charge of our water, not corporations that cut corners and raise rates to extract as much profit as possible. When you vote for the worst of the worst, you'll help bring corporations like Veolia to task for their abuses.

Sunlight is the strongest disinfectant. By voting in the Corporate Hall of Shame, you're shining a spotlight on global corporations whose pursuit of profit is devastating democracy, trampling human rights, and destroying our planet. And with you by our side, we'll confront executives at annual shareholders' meetings and politicians doing their bidding on Capitol Hill. We'll expose abuses in major media outlets. And we'll run local and international campaigns to rein in corporate power.

You can affect real change: Stand with us and vote now!

Patti Lynn is the executive director at Corporate Accountability International.

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