Meter Reading: TX Supreme Justice Resigning, Drilling Brings Some Woes for Landowners, and More
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Justice Dale Wainwright has announced he's resigning from the Texas Supreme Court next month.
Dems seek wind tax credit vote on GOP coal bill — The Hill’s E2-Wire – “The proposed amendments are more evidence that Democrats are making an extension of the soon-to-expire credit — which the wind industry calls vital to financing new projects — a major political priority.” — The Hill
Wainwright to Resign From Texas Supreme Court — “Gov. Rick Perry will appoint a replacement who’ll be on the ballot in 2014; it’s apparently too close to the November election to name a replacement in time to get on this year’s ballot.” — Texas Tribune
Drilling means more conflict between owners, industry —“Members of the Eagle Ford Task Force talked about everything from eminent domain fights and abandoned wells to dealing with potentially contentious situations where the surface owners don’t get a slice of the drilling royalties.” — San Antonio Express-News
Edwards Aquifer on the Rebound – “Days of steady rain over the past week has caused the Edwards Aquifer to surge in one of the quickest rebounds of the year. “ – TPR News