South Portland’s ‘Clear Skies’ ordinance survives challenge as federal judge finds it constitutional

Randy Billings, Portland Press Herald

The Conservation Law Foundation of Maine, which helped draft the ordinance, praised the decision.

“Today’s decision is a huge win for the city of South Portland, and it proves that local action can make a difference,” said Sean Mahoney, executive vice president and director of CLF Maine. “Big oil tried every legal trick in the book to try and invalidate this ordinance and they lost on every count.”

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