Competing bills to address safety of oil transport
(Source: Associated Press, February 10, 2014)
SEATTLE -- Washington lawmakers on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, are considering competing measures that try to address safety issues surrounding the increased number of crude oil trains moving throughout the state. The Senate Ways and Means Committee is taking testimony on a mostly Republican-backed bill. Meanwhile, the House Appropriations Committee is hearing another measure, favored by environmentalists.
Full story: Sacramento Bee
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
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