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Archive for October 2018

Future of Self-Driving Car Bill in Limbo

A push on Capitol Hill to speed development of self-driving vehicles may not cross the finish line in time for this Congress – casting doubt on the future of unusually bipartisan legislation in Washington. In order to get a final … Source: Claims Journal

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Audit of Lion Air’s Repair Unit Ordered After Crash

Indonesia ordered Lion Air to fire its technical director and started an audit of the carrier’s maintenance facility after one of its aircraft crashed in the Java Sea off Jakarta, taking down 189 passengers and crew. The airline also dismissed … Source: Claims Journal

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Lawsuits Allege Cheaper Drilling Plan Used in Gas Well Blast

The operator of a gas well that exploded in southeastern Oklahoma used a cheaper and quicker drilling plan than experts advised, the latest court filings in two lawsuits allege. Amendments filed earlier this month to the wrongful death lawsuits filed … Source: Claims Journal

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Injury Rates Spike at Coal Giant’s West Virginia Mines

Injury rates have more than doubled at five West Virginia coal mines acquired by Murray Energy Corp. in 2013, according to a Reuters review of federal data, as the firm sharply increased the amount of coal produced per manhour. Although … Source: Claims Journal

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Halloween a Reminder of Oklahoma’s Social Host Law

This Halloween, having fun shouldn’t be a problem. The only problem that could come is if you allow minors to drink alcohol at your residence. This is part of Oklahoma’s Social Host Law. The Duncan Banner reports members of the … Source: Claims Journal

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