Questions raised over oil spill bill
Trucking industry official tells House Resources that proposed contingency plan requirement would duplicate federal plan law
A proposed state statute requiring trucking operations for the carriage of crude oil in Alaska to maintain approved oil spill contingency plans is unnecessary, because the U.S. Department of Transportation already requires spill contingency plans for trucks carrying various forms of oil, including c....
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