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Officer Denies Motion To Rehear Megaloads Case

A hearing officer has rejected a motion to reconsider his decision in favor of a plan by ExxonMobil to haul massive loads of equipment along a scenic highway in north central Idaho.

Former state judge Duff McKee rejected the request Monday filed by critics of Exxon's plans to ship the oversized loads along U.S. Highway 12.

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Misleading Information On Critters Harmed In Oil Spill

The damage to wildlife because of the ExxonMobil oil spill in the Yellowstone River seems small. Only about 20 critters have been observed covered with oil, but that count is misleading according to wildlife biologist Doug Inkley at the National Wildlife Federation.

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A Call For Full Discloser

Environmental groups are calling for full disclosure from Exxon to determine whether tar sands corrosion played a role in the Yellowstone oil spill. Dirty fuels campaigner at Friends of the Earth, Alex Moore says tar sands oil can corrode pipelines more quickly.

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Yellowstone Oil Spill Cause Could Take Months To Determine

A federal safety official says it will probably be months before investigators know what caused an ExxonMobil oil pipeline to rupture near Billings, Mont., spilling about 1,000 barrels of crude oil into the Yellowstone River.

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Flight Restrictions Over Yellowstone Spill Area

Aviation officials have imposed flight restrictions over an Exxon Mobil oil spill into the Yellowstone River.

Aircraft in the area cannot fly below 500 feet.

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Foes Appeal Hearing Officer Ruling On Megaloads

A group of north Idaho residents has asked a hearing judge to reconsider his ruling in favor of ExxonMobil's plans to haul dozens of oversized loads of equipment along U.S. Highway 12.

Last month, hearing officer Duff McKee handed the oil company a victory when he recommended that the Idaho Transportation Department issue travel permits for the shipments.

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Baucus Calls On Exxon To Protect Refinery Jobs

Max Baucus called on ExxonMobil today to pledge the company will not lay off any workers due to the Silvertip Pipeline rupture that caused oil to leak into Montana’s Yellowstone River. 

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Baucus Presses ExxonMobil For Answers To Spill

Senator Max Baucus wants Montanans hurt by the ExxonMobil oil spill on the Yellowstone River to be repaid.  In a letter to the Exxon Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson, Baucus pressed the oil company for answers to the cleanup and the cause of the pipeline burst.

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Hearing Judge Finds No Reason To Stop Exxon Loads

A hearing officer is recommending that the Idaho Transportation Department issue permits sought by ExxonMobil for hauling giant truckloads of oil refinery equipment along U.S. Highway 12 in northern Idaho.

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