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Magellan, industry need to be held accountable for damage to communities and public health

At the beginning of the holiday season, the pipeline company Magellan Midstream Partners participated in a community Thanksgiving dinner event put on by the Mayor of Galena Park for the city’s residents. The gesture on Magellan’s part, however, was too little too late. That is because it did nothing to address the harmful impacts of

Air Alliance Houston and other environmental groups sue U.S. Chemical Safety Board over chemical release reporting

On Thursday, Dec. 7, several environmental groups, including Air Alliance Houston, sued the U.S. Chemical Safety Board in an effort to get the agency to communicate to the public when accidental chemical releases take place. The groups maintain that such action is required according to the Clean Air Act amendments made in 1990. Although the

Environmental groups sue EPA over ozone regulations

Ten environmental and public health groups sued the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday to force the agency to designate greater Houston and hundreds of counties nationwide out of compliance with federal smog standards. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt missed an Oct. 1 deadline for designating which areas do not comply with regulations for ground-level ozone or

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