Maggie Hall

Environmental Defense Center

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Staff attorney at the Environmental Defense Center, a nonprofit that provides legal support to advance environmental quality

Maggie Hall on KCRW

Sentences were handed down to two oil companies that do business in Santa Barbara and Ventura.

Local environmental firm wins court cases against two oil companies operating in the Santa Barbara Channel.

Sentences were handed down to two oil companies that do business in Santa Barbara and Ventura.

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Another Oil Spill in Santa Barbara

At noon yesterday, a pipeline ruptured just north of Santa Barbara.

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