Lawyer pans applying law to Whirlpool

Litigating would be hard, Fort Smith attorney says

Posted: February 18, 2014 at 5 a.m.

FORT SMITH — Fort Smith’s city attorney said it would be difficult to prosecute Whirlpool Corp. for a hazardous chemical contamination of the ground under its plant and an adjacent neighborhood using the city’s nuisance ordinance as an Illinois attorney suggests.

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