Lawmakers Aim to Strengthen Oil Barge Rules

Thursday, March 12, 2009

According to a March 11 report from the Cape Cod Times, a new bill designed to strengthen rules for tugboats escorting double-hulled oil barges through Buzzards Bay is the subject of a legislative hearing at the Statehouse. The bill was recently introduced by Rep. John Quinn, D-Dartmouth.

(Source: Cape Cod Times)

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