WATCHING GOVERNMENT MAKING POLLUTERS PAY

With Patrick Crow from Washington, D.C. The U.S. Commerce Department has taken a conservative and flexible approach to how much polluters should pay for damages to natural resources caused by oil spills. The long awaited proposed rules are separate from the issue of cleanup costs. They determine what compensation the government should receive for the injury to public owned natural resources and for the loss of use of resources during cleanup operations.

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