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Obama Admin's Delayed Transparency on Keystone XL Lobbying Results in Lawsuit

Obama Admin's Delayed Transparency on Keystone XL Lobbying Results in Lawsuit
Friends of the Earth has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. State Department for failing to expedite its April 2013 Freedom of Information Act request seeking communications between lobbyists for the TransCanada Keystone XL tar sands export pipeline and the agency tasked to make the final decision on KXL's northern half.
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Two Major Lawsuits Filed Against ExxonMobil for Second Biggest Tar Sands Spill in US History

Two Major Lawsuits Filed Against ExxonMobil for Second Biggest Tar Sands Spill in US History
Two major lawsuits were recently filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas against ExxonMobil, the "private empire" behind the March 2013 Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill of over 1.1 million gallons of diluted bitumen ("dilbit") into the neighborhoods and waterways of Mayflower, AR, located in Faulkner County.
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Basic Details of Exxon Pipeline Spill Remain Unknown to Public

Basic Details of Exxon Pipeline Spill Remain Unknown to Public
Roughly four weeks after the spill took place, many basic details are still unknown to the public. Questions include what exactly caused the spill, how big was the spill exactly, and how long did it take for emergency responders to react to the spill, to name a few.
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