An occasional entry in the electronic docket for the federal courts in Arkansas can conjure up a long-forgotten saga that once captured the sustained attention of Arkansans. But sometimes the glimpse into history also shows the unrelenting effects of punishment, even decades after the offender has served his time and seemingly slipped into obscurity.
The Environmental Protection Agency should reconsider its plan for implementing the 1999 Regional Haze Rule in Arkansas that affects electrical utilities, the state argued in a petition filed Tuesday before the EPA. The 14-page petition filed by Assistant Attorney General Jamie Ewing on behalf of the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality asks the EPA […]
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