MICHIGAN COURT AWARDS $90 MILLION TO OIL FIRM

Michigan has appealed a state court ruling seen as a landmark decision on compensation to companies blocked from developing resources because of environmental opposition. Last Sept. 20 Michigan's Ingram County Circuit Court Judge Peter Houk ordered the state to pay about $90 million to Miller Bros. Oil & Gas Producers, Grand Rapids, Mich., its partners, and a group of private mineral owners in a case stemming from the state's ban on oil and gas development in Mason County's

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