More Rules and Regulations Could Be Imposed Following Tragic Quebec Rail Incident

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The deadly rail accident in Quebec last month, blamed on the lack of proper application of hand brakes on a train carrying crude oil from North Dakota to Canada, has caused more news this week. According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration has issued a letter to the American Petroleum Institute citing problems with chemicals extracted through crude oil by hydraulic fracking.

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