Panel: Dollars did not trump safety in Gulf spill
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The presidential commission investigating the massive Gulf oil spill has found no instance where a decision deliberately sacrificed safety to cut costs.
Fred H. Bartlit, Jr., the panel's chief counsel, in a presentation today said the probe did not uncover any case where an individual made a conscious choice to "favor dollars over safety."
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