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Utah judge backs state engineer: Nuke plant can have water

7th District judge agrees with the state engineer’s decision to allow a Blue Castle Holdings project to tap Green River.


First Published Nov 27 2013 04:16 pm • Last Updated Nov 29 2013 10:28 am

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