Wendy Kaufman Reports On The Legal Challenge Facing

the state of Washington's strict regulations on oil tanker safety. Officials say their rules are tougher than federal standards, to protect the state's thousands of miles of vulnerable and pristine coastline. The world's largest independent tanker organization has challenged the state's safety measures.

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