Law center plans suit over Mich. river oil spill )

Associated Press: A public interest law firm prepared Monday to sue the owners of a pipeline that ruptured in southern Michigan and dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a Kalamazoo River tributary, while residents voiced concerns to government officials following a community meeting. The oil flow has been stopped and government officials say it's been contained in a 25-mile stretch of the river from Marshall westward past Battle Creek. But the Environmental Protection Agency estimates it ......

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