Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line
Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission project overcame another legal hurdle: a Wisconsin county judge found that regulators adequately scrutinized the project.
"Permitting reform" might be supported by a wide array of interests, but the details highlight major divides among the two political parties in Congress.
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association urged Congress to streamline permitting of transmission, backing a bill to limit NEPA reviews to two years.
Wisconsin's high court ruled that a regulator’s messages to developers didn't pose a serious risk of bias in the Cardinal-Hickory Creek permitting process.
Conservation groups have asked Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources to revoke permits for the embattled Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line.
A federal judge has blocked construction of the Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line in a protected southwestern Wisconsin area.
The Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission project slated to cut through southwestern Wisconsin has been put on hold.
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