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Judge Dismisses Two Lawsuits Related to Quoddy Bay LNG Project

The Bangor Daily News reports that on Thursday a federal judge dismissed two lawsuits brought against the Bureau of Indian Affairs by residents of the Pleasant Point Reservation where Quoddy Bay LLC has proposed building an LNG terminal. According to U.S
November 19, 2006

The Bangor Daily News reports that on Thursday a federal judge dismissed two lawsuits brought against the Bureau of Indian Affairs by residents of the Pleasant Point Reservation where Quoddy Bay LLC has proposed building an LNG terminal. According to U.S. District Judge John Woodcock, the plaintiffs have not suffered any recognizable harm by the Bureau’s decision to approve a partnership agreement between the Pleasant Point Tribal Council and Quoddy Bay LLC. Instead, Woodcock explained, the plaintiffs’ claims were based on “consequences they fear will occur sometime in the future, if other approvals are obtained.”

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