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District judge derails UPís plans for Palestine closure

(Source: Palestine Herald-Press, June 14, 2021)

PALESTINE, Texas ó The city of Palestine and Anderson County battled Union Pacific in the 369thDistrict Court in Cherokee County presided over by Judge Michael Davis on Monday in ongoing litigation with regard to the 1955 judgment between the parties. Davis ruled Union Pacific could not eliminate any jobs until after a hearing set for Thursday, July 8 to determine whether the company has complied and provided that information. Davis did not rule on any of the other merits of the lawsuits.

Full story: Palestine Herald-Press

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

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