Thursday afternoon, two of the three judges agreed to lift the ban. Edith Brown Clement and Priscilla Richman Owen, both nominated by George W. Bush, sided with the pipeline company, while W. Eugene Davis, nominated by Ronald Reagan, dissented. Dick was nominated by Barack Obama. Appeals judges hear Bayou Bridge arguments, to decide if work stoppage remains in place The fate of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline is now in the hands of three U.S. appeals court judges who will have to decide if it can run through the… "We are pleased with the 5th Circuit’s Ruling today,"... [...]
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