Politics & Government

January 9, 2014 6:39 PM

After explosions, senators call for review of oil shipments by rail

A series of fiery derailments, including a deadly wreck in Quebec last summer and a near-miss last week in North Dakota, have gained the attention of lawmakers, who until this point had said little about the issue.

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