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COURT RULES AGAINST ENERGY FUTURE HOLDINGS & LUMINANT IN COAL PLANT AIR POLLUTION LAWSUIT INVOLVING BIG BROWN COAL PLANT

February 11, 2013

Dallas, Texas – On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 a federal judge in Waco denied a motion filed by Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings and its subsidiary Luminant seeking dismissal of an air pollution lawsuit brought by the Sierra Club.  The lawsuit involves excessive levels of particulate matter, or soot.  The Sierra Club lawsuit is based on data and information that the utility company (formerly called TXU) filed with state environmental regulators, in which the company reveals thousands of violations of clean air standards meant to protect families from coal-fired pollution. 

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