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Wednesday, May 29, 2024 | Back issues
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Power lines

CHICAGO — The Seventh Circuit ruled federal litigation challenging construction of a $500 million, 100-mile power line in Wisconsin must be stayed pending developments in parallel state litigation. The suits allege two of the three commissioners who approved a permit for the construction and operation of the line had conflicts of interest and should have recused themselves.

Read the opinion here and prior coverage here.

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