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Saturday, January 4, 2003

Tristate A.M. Report



Compiled from staff and wire reports

Two environmental groups join AK suit

A federal judge has granted the request of two national environmental groups to join as plaintiffs in a 2-year-old pollution suit against Middletown-based AK Steel.

The Sierra Club and National Resources Defense Council asked U.S. District Judge Herman Weber to let them join the federal government and state of Ohio in suing the steel maker for alleged pollution violations at the Middletown Works.

AK Steel argued the two groups shouldn't be allowed to join the lawsuit because their petition wasn't filed until more than a year after the original suit was filed in June 2000. But Judge Weber said both groups had a right to join the case under federal law and their request was still timely.




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