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Congressional delegates back amendment to block LNG site

Say state approval should be required

By Khristopher Flack
Globe Correspondent / June 20, 2007

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Some members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation stepped up their opposition to the building of a liquefied natural gas terminal in Fall River yesterday, backing a proposal to require the Army Corps of Engineers to seek the state's approval before issuing a building permit. (Full article: 322 words)

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