Norfolk Southern has agreed to hire Ohio businesses and workers to clean up the damage left by its Feb. 3 derailment, Attorney General David Yost told reporters Wednesday, noting that the deal his office brokered with the rail company would not affect the Buckeye State’s pending lawsuit against the rail company.
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- Compare and contrast as they say…