Enviros Look To Rebound In Power Line Battle

Law360, New York (February 15, 2013, 8:26 PM EST) -- After failing to overturn a New Jersey regulator's approval for part of the Susquehanna Roseland transmission line, conservation groups still hope to halt the $1.2 billion project through federal litigation involving different arguments over the significant environmental damage that the line's construction allegedly will cause to national parks.

Groups contesting National Park Service permits for the grid reliability project have sought a preliminary injunction in the federal case, but Public Service Electric & Gas Co. and PPL Electric Utilities Corp., which have intervened in the litigation,...
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