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WV CHEMICAL SPILL
West Virginians Tell Their Stories From The Spill
Senators Introduce Legislation In Response To West Virginia Disaster
Company In West Virginia Spill Failed To Disclose Second Chemical
Officials: W.Va. Spill Included Second Chemical
West Virginia Gov.: 'It's Your Decision' If You Want To Drink The Water
This Time, Something Has to Change
Sen. Jay Rockefeller
Former U.S. Senator, West Virginia
We have had too many close calls with the industrial tanks near our waterways in recent years, and we shouldn't need another wake-up call to enact protective reforms. As a start, we should adopt the 2011 Chemical Safety Board recommendations.
Who Owns West Virginia's Water? A Cautionary Tale
Director of Programs, Appalachian Voices
Would a better system of permitting and inspecting chemical facilities have prevented this disaster from occurring? Would it prevent a different type of accident, say if an out-of-control barge or tractor-trailer runs into a chemical storage tank?
Look At How Gross The Water Is After The Chemical Spill In West Virginia
West Virginia Chemical Spill Leaves 300,000 Without Water
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