California v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 495 U.S. 490 (1990)
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Legal Case/Hearing: California v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 495 U.S. 490 (1990)Legal
AbstractThis case concerned overlapping federal and state regulation of a hydroelectric project located near a California stream. The Federal Government claimed the exclusive authority to set the minimum stream flows that the federally licensed power plant must maintain and California sought to set a higher minimum stream flow standard. The Court held that allowing California to require a higher flow requirement would interfere with the federal agency's "comprehensive planning authority" creating an obstacle to achievement of the the federal purpose.
- California v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 1990
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California v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 495 U.S. U.S. 490 (1990).
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