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April 06, 2010



Then they can use the award to pay for the pollution they have caused from extraction on this woman's property in Texas, right?

"...Regardless, we take our environmental responsibility seriously, and we'll continue to work with federal and state agencies on addressing our remediation obligations."

Yeah right. And pigs fly.


If Exxon is entitled to reimbursement, I say go for it.

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