PSC to work on state-run railroad inspection program
BISMARCK — North Dakota officials say they hope to bring to the Legislature next year a plan to create a state-run railroad inspection program to better monitor the heavy crude-by-rail traffic leaving the Bakken oilfields.
Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak has been working out a possible plan with Gov. Jack Dalrymple, who said in an interview that he’d likely support it in his own budget recommendations.
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