Dozens of demonstrators gather at Detroit's Marathon Petroleum refinery Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, to try to persuade the company to relocate all who want to relocate over concerns about pollution.  The demonstration comes weeks after a federal appeals court ruled against a district court’s decision that residents’ claims of injury due to harmful air pollution from the oil giant fell past the statute of limitations.
Dozens of demonstrators gather at Detroit's Marathon Petroleum refinery Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, to try to persuade the company to relocate all who want to relocate over concerns about pollution. The demonstration comes weeks after a federal appeals court ruled against a district court’s decision that residents’ claims of injury due to harmful air pollution from the oil giant fell past the statute of limitations. Detroit News via AP Daniel Mears
Dozens of demonstrators gather at Detroit's Marathon Petroleum refinery Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, to try to persuade the company to relocate all who want to relocate over concerns about pollution. The demonstration comes weeks after a federal appeals court ruled against a district court’s decision that residents’ claims of injury due to harmful air pollution from the oil giant fell past the statute of limitations. Detroit News via AP Daniel Mears

Residents protest Detroit refinery over pollution concerns

November 10, 2017 02:37 PM

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