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Homeland Security chief won't inspect LNG site

July 16, 2005

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Senator Edward M. Kennedy assailed the Homeland Security chief for refusing to personally inspect a site in Fall River proposed for a liquefied natural gas terminal. Kennedy said he was ''deeply disturbed" that federal energy regulators have approved the $250 million plan without guidance from the Department of Homeland Security. He cited the threat to 1,200 homeowners within a half ... (Full article: 569 words)

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