A federal judge in Waco has ruled a Sierra Club lawsuit against power generator Luminant was “frivolous” and ordered the group to repay $6.4 million in attorneys’ fees.
The ruling Friday comes two years after the Sierra Club alleged Luminant had broken federal air pollution laws by emitting more soot and other particulates into the atmosphere than what permits at one of their power plants allowed.
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