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Houston Lawyer Turns to Class-Action Suits to Battle Refineries

In the past, settlement money involving large-scale industrial accidents has largely gone to the state. But as Dave Fehling of StateImpact Texas reports, one Houston lawyer representing thousands of Texas residents says he has found a way to enforce environmental laws better than the government can.

The BP refinery in Texas City

In the past, settlement money involving large-scale industrial accidents has largely gone to the state. But as Dave Fehling of KUHF News reports for StateImpact Texas, one Houston lawyer representing thousands of Texas residents says he has found a way to enforce environmental laws better than the government can. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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