New Mexico’s attorney general, two environmental groups and media mogul Ted Turner on Thursday appealed a copper rule adopted a few weeks ago by state regulators.
Attorney General Gary King, Turner Ranch Properties and two nonprofits — the Gila Resources Information Project and Amigos Bravos — are asking the state Court of Appeals to halt a copper regulation approved by the state Water Quality Control Commission. They all had fought against the rule but lost when it was adopted on a 9-1 vote in September.
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