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In these papers filed with the Virginia State Corporation Commission, Earthjustice and Sierra Club argue against the proposed Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline which would bring coal-fired power to new markets in the Northeast.
In 1971, Phil Berry, Fred Fisher, and Don Harris founded the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund (as Earthjustice was then known), dedicated to fighting in court and in Washington, D.C., on behalf of the Sierra Club and other environmental groups.
Citing violations of the Clean Water Act, the Garberville-based Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC) put Maxxam/Pacific Lumber (Maxxam/PL) on formal notice that they will file a federal lawsuit in 60 days if the company continues to illegally discharge pollution into five watersheds.