The Oakland A’s are playing hardball. Last month, they filed a lawsuit against California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control, the agency that oversees Schnitzer Steel’s operations.
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We are not buying the A’s assertion the lawsuit is not about their proposed ballpark at Howard Terminal. Of course it is about the ballpark. Schnitzer’s operation, as well as port operations, are incongruous with their plans for a new ballpark and, more importantly, the expensive condos and a hotel they plan to build on the site.

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