As gas pipelines roil Virginia governor's race, regulators backtrack on their role
from The Washington Post
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam, under pressure from environmentalists to oppose two natural gas pipelines, told voters for weeks that he had won assurances from state regulators that they will increase scrutiny on the projects by assessing environmental impacts along specific sites, instead of relying on a "blanket" approval from federal officials. But this week, the state agency in charge of the review said it miscommunicated its plan.
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