Colo. Sues ConocoPhillips Over $70M In Cleanup Funds
The complaint, filed in a Denver court by state officials, alleges ConocoPhillips “profited from polluting Colorado soil and water” while the state shelled out $70.6 million to cleanse contaminated sites owned by the company. The suit seeks repayment of those funds, among other damages.
That money was supposed to come back to the state, according to...
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