Federal Court Rejects Austin’s Efforts to Rescind Pipeline Permits

Federal district judge Robert Pitman, who serves on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, dismissed a lawsuit filed by the City of Austin and other parties seeking to rescind permits issued to, and thus stop the operation of, Kinder Morgan Inc.’s $2.15 billion, 430-mile Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP).

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