Three utility companies have the right to intervene in a lawsuit over a proposed $500 million high-voltage power line in southwestern Wisconsin, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday.Read More »
A former state regulator applied to become CEO of one of Wisconsin's largest utility companies just months after voting to approve two of its projects, prompting opponents of the plans to accuse him of bias.Read More »
Challenges to the Wisconsin Public Service Commission's decision to approve the $500 million Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line are piling up in court with lawsuits from four local governments and an environmental group seeking to block the project.
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Wisconsin regulators gave final approval this week to the proposed $500 million Cardinal-Hickory Creek power line in Southwest Wisconsin amid project opponents' accusations of bias.Read More »
Attorneys general in Michigan and Illinois last week asked Wisconsin regulators to reject a half-billion-dollar transmission line project in southwest Wisconsin, taking an unprecedented step that further bolsters what is already opposition to the project.Read More »