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Congressman Rehberg Extends Invitation To Pipeline Safety Hearing

 

Congressman, Denny Rehberg, has sent a letter to the Transportation Committee asking them to invite Montana’s Senators, Max Baucus and Jon Tester, to participate in a pipeline safety hearing on the ExxonMobil pipeline spill in the Yellowstone River.  In the letter to the full-committee chairman John Mica (FL-07) and the subcommittee Chairman Bill Shuster (PA-09), he pointed out the importance of working together with the Senate to address the challenge.

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Cleanup Continues On The Yellowstone River Oil Spill

Cleanup crews are finding more oil-fouled parts along the Yellowstone River near Billings, as flood waters recede after an ExxonMobile pipeline failure. Yellowstone County Commissioner Bill Kennedy says last weekend was the first time they were able to get boats on the river and  help is appreciated

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Oiled Wildlife Hotline … Call In If You Spot Any

If you spot  oiled wildlife (from the spill near  billings)  there is a hot-line that you can call in to report it.  The free hot-line was set up by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  to aid wildlife spill responders in locating potentially affected animals

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Air, Soil, Wells Near Montana Oil Spill To Be Tested

The Environmental Protection Agency and Exxon Mobil will test indoor air, cropland soils and residential wells downstream of a Yellowstone River oil spill for contamination.

Residents have raised concerns about hazards from the tens of thousands of gallons of crude that poured into the watercourse.

EPA and local officials say they do not expect to find significant health dangers but were acting as a precaution.

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Residents Concerned About Health Risks From Oil Spill

People living near an oil spill in Montana's Yellowstone River are concerned about health risks and damage the crude might be causing.

At an Environmental Protection Agency meeting Wednesday night, roughly 150 people showed up with questions about that and also about how long it will take to clean up the oil.

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Tester: Exxon Should Pay For Yellowstone River Spill With Profits

Senator Jon Tester says Exxon should pay the entire cost of cleanup and recovery after Friday’s spill. Tester called the C-E-O of Exxon Tuesday afternoon. His message: Taxpayers should not be stuck with the bill

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