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Arkansas certainly jammed a stick into an interstate hornet’s nest by approving “Route 109” for SWEPCO’s high-voltage transmission line that would violate Missouri’s southernmost border (and without first asking permission).

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Editorial, Pages 15 on 03/18/2014

Print Headline: Taking a mulligan


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  • LContreras
    April 6, 2014 at 10:51 a.m.


    The Mulligan analogy is brilliant. I used to play with some friends making up golf rules along the way. Extra mulligans were for sale and the guy with more money in his pocket would always win.

    It is no secret AEP = SPP = APSC. What surprises me is David Matthews representing SWEPCO plays the game as if no one is watching. If I had any AEP shares left, I would be looking for a better place for my money.