Two women who spent much of their lives in Baytown but have both since moved testified about how they believe pollutants from the ExxonMobil Baytown complex harmed either their health or quality of life to open the second week of a Clean Air Act “citizens suit” brought by environmental groups against the company.

Later in Tuesday’s proceedings at the federal courthouse in downtown Houston, a former head of enforcement for the state agency that regulates air permits testified via videotaped deposition that ExxonMobil’s compliance record is among the best in the state.

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