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n a request filed on Wednesday, the Concerned Citizens of St. John urged the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate cancer risks, recommend air pollution limits and join the group’s calls for the plant to be shut down.
A three-judge state appellate panel ruled Monday that an East Baton Rouge Parish judge “abused her discretion” when she directed state regulators to re-evaluate critical air permits for a Formosa Plastics complex in St. James Parish before hearing the merits