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Planners push oil pipeline rule forward


September 23, 2004 12:00 AM

NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER

A plan that could significantly lower the chances of an oil spill on the South Coast moved forward Wednesday when county planning officials supported requiring oil companies to ship petroleum by pipe.



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