Pipeline Safety Trust
Bill LaFever doesn't want to fight, but he isn't afraid to, either.
Indiana and Illinois are among states that need to do a better job of providing information to the public to evaluate the safety of pipelines in their area, according to results from a study released Monday from a watchdog organization.
Environmental groups on Wednesday urged policymakers to develop regulations to protect against pipeline ruptures that can lead to oil spills such as the leaks in Michigan and Illinois last summer.
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