NELIGH, Neb. —
The company altered the pipeline’s path through Nebraska to avoid the environmentally sensitive Sandhills region and a couple of towns’ drinking water wells.
But a February court ruling raised questions about the status of TransCanada’s proposed route through Nebraska because a judge invalidated the law state officials followed when they approved the route. That court ruling has been appealed, and the company says that means the route remains valid until the appeal is decided.
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