A federal judge in Jackson denied a request to move a lawsuit against Entergy back to the state chancery court and will keep it in U.S. District Court.
The move was requested by the state attorney general's office. The lawsuit challenges Entergy's fuel purchasing and power allocation practices. However, eight different audits concluded that Entergy made no inappropriate charges to customers.
Entergy Mississippi President and CEO Haley Fisackerly says he's confident that either the courts or the State Public Service Commission will side with Entergy.
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