House bill would regulate crude oil by rail
A second group of federal lawmakers has introduced legislation to regulate the transport of crude oil by rail.
U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) April 15 introduced the Crude-By-Rail Safety Act (H.R. 1804), which the congressman said would set new safety and security standards to address growing concerns that current standards fail to address the threat posed by transporting crude oil by rail.
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