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CONGRESS SHOULD LIFT $1 BILLION CAP ON OIL SPILL TRUST FUND, REPORT SAYS

28 No. 22 WJTOX 11Westlaw Journal Toxic Torts (Approx. 2 pages)

CONGRESS SHOULD LIFT $1 BILLION CAP ON OIL SPILL TRUST FUND, REPORT SAYS

28 No. 22 WJTOX 11Westlaw Journal Toxic Torts (Approx. 2 pages)

28 No. 22 Westlaw Journal Toxic Torts 11
Westlaw Journal Toxic Torts
*1 December 15, 2010
Gulf Oil Spill
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CONGRESS SHOULD LIFT $1 BILLION CAP ON OIL SPILL TRUST FUND, REPORT SAYS

The Obama administration should take prompt action to minimize its financial risks over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in case BP and the other responsible companies become unable to pay for the damage, according to a Nov. 12 Government...
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