Michigan’s US senators introduce Great Lakes pipeline safety bill

Michigan’s two US senators, Democrats Gary C. Peters and Debbie Stabanow, introduced legislation aimed at increasing crude oil and products pipeline safety in and around the Great Lakes. One provision of S. 1226 would change the classification of such lines from onshore to a special category that would hold pipeline operators to liability standards like those for US offshore systems, they said.

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