Former Norfolk Attorney Involved in Keystone Lawsuit
LINCOLN - The controversial Keystone XL pipeline is in the news a lot - but a lawsuit in Lancaster County District Court deals with the original Keystone pipeline that runs just east of Norfolk. Three Nebraska landowners are suing, claiming the state constitution was violated when the legislature gave the governor power to seize land for the project. Former Norfolk attorney Dave Domina is representing the landowners and says arguments were presented before a judge in Lancaster County last week. State Assistant Attorney General Katherine Spohn argued that the residents' rights were not violated, telling the judge the measure complied with the state constitution.