Utility, NM Board Colluded To Repeal Emissions Cap: Suit

Law360, New York (July 25, 2011, 1:38 PM EDT) -- An environmental group on Friday asked the New Mexico Supreme Court to undo a remand of a utility's challenge of a carbon emissions cap to a state regulatory board that is allegedly colluding with the public service to repeal the rule.

New Energy Economy claims in its emergency motion to vacate a New Mexico Court of Appeals' decision that Public Service Co. of New Mexico and the New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board, which together requested the 180-day remand July 15, have a private agreement to resolve...
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