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Landowners settle claims for $6.5M against electric cooperative

A Callaway County judge has approved a $6.5 million settlement to resolve claims that a Jefferson City electric cooperative and its subsidiary unlawfully used electric transmission-line rights of way for commercial telecommunications purposes.

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Constitutional Law: Inverse Condemnation-Land-Use Regulations-Religious Exercise

Where a Catholic high school challenged city zoning regulations that prohibit the school from using lighting and sound systems on its baseball field, the district court properly granted summary judgment to the city defendant on the school’s claim brought under ...

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Real Property : Inverse Condemnation – Negligence – Municipal Liability

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District v. City of Bellefontaine (MLW No. 68671/Case No. SC94831 – 23 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Stith, J.; Breckenridge, C.J., Draper, Wilson Teitelman and Russell, JJ., concur; Fischer, J., concurs in separate opinion filed)

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