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Federal Court Nullifies Key Permit for Atlantic Coast Pipeline; Construction Now in Question

Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 16, 2018

This week, a federal appeals court invalidated a key U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review of the Dominion Energy-led Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a decision environmental lawyers who argued the case say should halt construction of the contentious natural gas project. Until now, the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline project had marched steadily toward full construction, with tree-felling and some more substantive work having already begun. Despite the ruling, Dominion vowed to continue to press forward on the project.

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