Judge rules against injunction in Okla. bird waste lawsuit
Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson, who requested the injunction last year, said Monday's ruling had no impact on the state's environmental case against the companies, which is set to begin in 2009.
Edmondson sued the companies in 2005. While gathering evidence for the pollution case, Edmondson reportedly said the state "discovered the excessive land application of poultry waste could be a danger to public health," and argued in court for the injunction earlier this year.
But U.S. District Judge Gregory K. Frizzell ruled that
Source: Associated Press