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Yellowstone Bison Plan Dispute Needs New Judge, 9th Cir. Told

A Yellowstone National Park bison management plan shouldn’t have remained in place pending the government’s review, and the case should be reassigned due to the judge’s “biased comments,” an environmental group told the Ninth Circuit on Friday.

General Dynamics DOE Award Untainted by Marriage to Official

The Department of Energy reasonably awarded General Dynamics Information Technology a $90 million blanket purchase agreement for IT services despite Appsential LLC’s protest claiming a department official’s marriage to a contract team member created an organizational conflict of interest, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims said.

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Are New Pipelines Doomed? Oil & Gas Delivery Explained

A series of high profile legal setbacks has some in the industry asking—is it still possible to build pipelines in America?

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