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GE, federal officials in dispute over scope of Hudson River dredging

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General Electric and federal natural resources officials are locked in a new dispute about whether PCB contamination in the upper Hudson River has damaged wildlife. GE is resisting a push from federal natural resource trustees to expand its dredging project to address PCB damage to fish, birds and water — to the point of implying the matter could end up in court. GE is in the midst of a $1 billion, decade-long dredging project. It ...


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