Wisconsin’s Wind Turbine Rules OK, Appeals Court Says

Law360, New York (March 26, 2014, 6:03 PM EDT) -- A Wisconsin Appeals Court on Tuesday upheld a lower court ruling that administrative rules governing the installation of wind farms in the Badger State were valid despite being passed without conducting a housing impact report, saying the state's Public Service Commission properly determined one was not required.

The Court of Appeals for the Third District found the commission didn’t violate a state administrative procedures act by failing to issue a housing impact study after multiple commission meetings determined that the proposed regulations would not have a significant impact...
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