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Legal Challenge of Clean Water Act Permit for Arkansas Coal Plant Moves Forward

On November 16, a federal judge ruled that several environmental organizations had standing to challenge the issuance of a Clean Water Act permit to the John W. Turk Power Plant under construction in southwestern Arkansas.  The judge also ruled that even
November 18, 2011

On November 16, a federal judge ruled that several environmental organizations had standing to challenge the issuance of a Clean Water Act permit to the John W. Turk Power Plant under construction in southwestern Arkansas.  The judge also ruled that even though construction of the coal plant is nearly complete, the environmentalist's challenge is not moot.  This is the most recent decision relating to the various legal challenges facing the John W. Turk Power Plant, which is co-owned by Southwest Electric Power Co. and Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation.  Law360 has the full story (subscription required).

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