Legal Battles Increase Over Pipeline Projects

National Public Radio: At Margaret O'Keefe's farm in East Texas, they grow high-quality Bermuda grass. The fields are flat and vibrant green, surrounded by woods of a darker, richer green. The family loves this land. O'Keefe inherited it from her mother, who divided it among eight children. "She used to call it 'enchanted valley,' " O'Keefe says. But her "enchanted valley" also lies in the path of the Crosstex NGL Pipeline. That's a 130-mile underground pipeline to funnel natural gas liquids from Texas to processing......

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