US commission on BP oil spill demands tougher safety regulations

Guardian: The White House commission investigating the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico began lobbying Congress today to set aside anti-government sentiment and commit more funds to overseeing the offshore oil industry. In presenting the commission's final report on the BP disaster, commission co-chair William Reilly said he was launching an all-out campaign to get Congress, the Obama administration and the oil industry to impose tougher safety and environmental regulations. "We are going to make a......

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