State warns
 oil and gas: 
Break rules,
 expect fines

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If a company fails to report a massive leak for months, initially claims it was ‘under 25 gallons’ then revises—once it decides to tell the state, feds, and communities downstream—that up to 10,000 gallons or so…does this seem like a set of actions deserving of a fine?  I mean, to recoup the untold thousands taxpayers doled out for the state and federal response, perhaps, and to protect this ‘pretty darned nice place to drill’ I mean ‘live’?

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