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Series of natural gas explosions in Massachusetts has agreed to plead guilty to breaking pipeline safety laws US attorney Andrew Lelling says Columbia gas of Massachusetts will pay a record fine Columbia gas will pay a fifty three million dollar fine which is double the amount of the profits from the pipeline replacement project the Columbia gas was pursuing thank costs the disaster in Lawrence and surrounding towns this is by far the largest criminal fine ever imposed under the pipeline safety act the September two thousand eighteen explosions left one person dead officials say utility company will be I should say the center the bail will remain a five million dollars for a mother arrested in Hawaii over the disappearance over to Idaho children a judge rejected defense attorneys request to reduce bail at a hearing Wednesday on coal WHYY news and analysis of town hall dot com Senate Republicans have reaffirmed their support for Attorney General William Barr attended this week's GOP luncheon which doubles as a policy session some have been fearing bar may be about to resign amid the political complexities of his role and unending assaults by the left bar also recently said the president's tweets on sensitive topics sometimes make it impossible for him to do its job after the meeting Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham told the press far got a warm reception from senators and said there's widespread appreciation for the job he's doing but new Capitol Hill Saudi Arabia's halted traveled Islam is most religious sites over fears about a new viral epidemic months ahead of the pilgrimage the extraordinary decisions stop foreigners from reaching them this city of Mecca and the mosque in the Medina more on these stories at town hall dot com I'm here in the house sixty AM the answer.