Senate Dems delay vote on oil spill, energy bill
Democrats on Tuesday gave up trying to pass even a scaled-back energy bill this summer that would have removed liability ceilings on oil companies, a reaction to the BP oil spill.
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#1 Aug 4, 2010
This is good news for polluters. I mean the legal liability cap of $87M will mean that the oil companies don't need to clean up their practices. They can continue with the 'status quo' no matter how ineffective.
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