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Clean Line Considers Changes for Planned $2B Transmission Line

Clean Line Considers Changes for Planned $2B Transmission Line
Clean Line is considering alternate routes for its $2 billion transmission line. Above is the previously announced route through Arkansas.

A company is considering alternate routes for a proposed $2 billion transmission line that would carry wind-generated electricity from Oklahoma to Tennessee following concerns by property owners and state officials.
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ADEQ: Clean Power Plan Final Rule Improvement Over Draft

Arkansas is in better shape under the federal Clean Power Plan final rule than it was under the plan's draft, Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Director Becky Keogh said Monday.
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Don Weaver on Paving Over Potholes in Federal Highway Funding

Don Weaver graduated in 1981 with a bachelor's in business administration from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. He's the chairman of the board of The Road Information Program and has served on the Associated General Contractors of America national board since 2001. Weaver-Bailey is based in El Paso.
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