Increased oil spill penalties proposed
House Resources introduces bill to stiffen penalties for spills of crude, and mandate contingency plans for oil tanker truck use
The Alaska House Resources Committee has introduced a bill, House Bill 322, to increase the financial penalties for spills of oil and other contaminants in the state. The bill would also introduce a new mandate requiring that operators of tanker trucks carrying crude oil must maintain oil spill cont....
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