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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Canadian Pacific Railway
BNSF Railway Co. has fulfilled its promise to haul sufficient fertilizer in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Montana to meet the needs of spring planting, the railroad said Thursday.
Crude oil trains are not displacing grain shipments in the Dakotas and surrounding states, railroad officials assured North Dakota regulators Monday.
Canadian Pacific Railway told a federal oversight board Friday that moving fertilizer for spring planting does not present a "significant challenge" for the railroad.
Northern New York officials are reviewing their disaster plans in response to a dramatic increase in rail shipments of highly volatile crude oil from North Dakota to the Port of Albany.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency was investigating Tuesday after a Canadian Pacific Railway train dribbled about 12,000 gallons of crude oil along 68 miles of track between Winona and Red Wing in southeastern Minnesota.
The Canadian Women's Open is back on track.