$1B Liability Cap Questioned

A federal bill capping $1 billion corporate liability in case of oil spills or nuclear accidents falls short of actual costs incurred in eco-catastrophes, critics warn. The legislation is the first update of its kind in liability limits since 1986: ‘If a company won’t pay, that comes back to the taxpayers’.

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