CHARLESTON, W.Va.— Freedom Industries is proposing paying $6.7 million to various parties, including victims of the company's January 2014 chemical spill. In Charleston federal bankruptcy court Thursday, the company proposed a plan to offer spill victims $2.7 million. Other creditors would get $500,000, an additional $500,000 would pay the IRS taxes, and...» Read More
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