Rarely has any issue spawned as many court decisions, and as many varied decisions, rationales and results as has the pollution-exclusion clause. Of the states that have considered the exclusion, approximately half of them have determined that the clause is only meant to exclude coverage for traditional environmental pollution while the remaining states seem to have concluded that the language of the clause excludes from coverage all forms of pollution.
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