Saturday, May 30, 2015


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma cities and counties would no longer be able to ban hydraulic fracturing - a process commonly called fracking - or other oil and gas operations within their boundaries under a bill signed into law on Friday by Gov. Mary Fallin.
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Responding to congressional and public criticism, federal regulators said Friday they would not weaken rules requiring certain disclosures about trains transporting crude oil and other hazardous materials.
Oil-train safety in Philly kept secret
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Federal regulators in 2012 halted manufacturing and sales at a Pennsylvania company that made the scope-washing machines used at three California hospitals with recent "superbug" outbreaks.
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