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Sen. Casey asks Amtrak to investigate possibility that illegal imported steel was used for Mount Joy project

(Source: Lancaster Online, January 12, 2018)

LANCASTER, Pa. — U.S. Sen. Bob Casey is asking Amtrak to investigate an allegation it is illegally using imported steel, rather than American-made steel, for a project in Lancaster County.

Full story: www.lancasteronline.com

Friday, January 12, 2018

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