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January 10, 2014 2:42 PM

California expects more crude oil by rail, seeks to beef up spill response

The state budget plan Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled this week bolsters the state Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response, increasing its budget by $6.7 million and adding 38 staff members, “to address the increased risk of inland oil spills.”

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