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Oil spill makes an unlikely gadfly out of famous conservative

After a Michigan pipeline leak in 2010, a House Democrat led the local push for safety reforms. When a Montana pipeline spilled in 2011, a Democratic senator took federal regulators to task. Now this year's 5,000-plus-barrel gusher in central Arkansas has found an unlikely champion for stronger oversight in a stalwart conservative who made a national name for himself working under GOP strategist Karl Rove.

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