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Wash. Gov denies Vancouver terminal, opponents praise move

Maureen Hildreth, center, attends a public hearing on a proposed southwest Washington state massive oil-handling facility in Ridgefield, Wash., in 2016. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Jan. 29 rejected a permit for a massive oil-by-rail terminal proposed along the Columbia River.

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Maureen Hildreth, center, attends a public hearing on a proposed southwest Washington state massive oil-handling facility in Ridgefield, Wash., in 2016. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Jan. 29 rejected a permit for a massive oil-by-rail terminal proposed along the Columbia River.



A planned oil train terminal that has drawn controversy in some Gorge communities suffered its heaviest blow yet when Washington Gov...

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