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Dallas Fox 4 discusses the impact of the DART “Silver Line” on business owners and interviews Marrs Ellis & Hodge, LLP partner, Justin Hodge, regarding property right reform.

https://www.fox4news.com/news/business-owner-worries-dart-silver-line-construction-will-hurt-bottom-lineDallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is planning a
Continue Reading DART “Silver Line” May Damage Businesses in Dallas – Fox News 4 Features Justin Hodge

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In an end to a court room battle that will surely set back landowners, a Travis County District court recently ruled that the Kinder Morgan can move forward with its Permian Highway Pipeline Project.  In
Continue Reading Kinder Morgan Obtains Courtroom Victory, Can Proceed with Construction of Permian Highway Pipeline, Judge says.

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The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (“PHMSA”), a regulatory agency under the Transportation Department, released a recommendation this month to Congress that increases penalties for certain pipeline protest activities. Specifically, the PHMSA called
Continue Reading Trump Administration Joins Chorus of Voices Calling for Criminalization of Pipeline Protests

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As has been widely reported, Texas Central Partners (“TCP”), a privately owned, Dallas based company, has announced ambitious plans to build a 240-mile high-speed rail line (“HSR”) between Houston and Dallas. The project is estimated to
Continue Reading Texas Central Partner’s Houston to Dallas High-Speed Rail Project Derailed by a Leon County Judge?