March 2019, Vol. 246, No. 3


US Court Stays Ruling Against Dominion Atlantic Coast Pipeline

US Court Stays Ruling Against Dominion Atlantic Coast Pipeline   A U.S. appeals court has stayed a previous court decision against Forest Service permits that allowed Dominion Energy Inc to build the $7 billion Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline across national forests and the Appalachian Trail.   In late January, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals froze the previous decision by a three-judge panel until the full court decides whether it will rehear the case.   The appeals court panel had said in December that the U.S. Forest Service had “abdicated its responsibility to preserve national forest resources” when it issued the permits.   Dominion argued that the ruling by the three-judge pan

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