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story.lead_photo.caption Mick Harrison, an attorney for Save the Ozarks, speaks Tuesday at a hearing before the Arkansas Public Service Commission in Little Rock while Southwestern Electric Power Co. attorney David Matthews (center) and Stephen Williams, general counsel for the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp, listen in. Save the Ozarks opposes a 48-mile high-voltage power line SWEPCO wants to build in Benton and Carroll counties. ( Bill Bowden)

The environmental impact study for a high-voltage power line in Northwest Arkansas was done backward, said Mick Harrison, an attorney for Save the Ozarks, an organization that opposes the project.

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Arkansas, Pages 9 on 08/28/2013

Print Headline: Power-line foes rip environmental study

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