A previously quiet increase in the amount oil moving through Albany by train is escalating into a rather loud controversy.
One reliable sign: A meeting at an elementary school on Feb. 12 about the volume of North Dakota crude moving through the capital drew a crowd of hundreds to protest and ask questions.
Read the complete story at www.capitalnewyork.com.
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