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May 14, 2014 8:13 PM

Led by Myrtle Beach-area legislator, state lawmakers consider further limits to private pollution lawsuits

Proposed legislation that environmentalists say would further erode private citizens’ ability to hold polluters accountable for their actions took another step toward passage Wednesday with a Senate subcommittee forwarding the bill to a full committee hearing scheduled for Thursday.

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