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ExxonMobil begins its defense in gas additive case

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Lawyers for ExxonMobil have begun presenting their defense against the state of New Hampshire's claims that the oil giant should pay hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up groundwater contamination from the gasoline additive MTBE. Jurors returned Monday following a weeklong break after spending six weeks hearing the state's witnesses. The first defense witness is a...

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