Landowner groups and energy companies couldn’t come to an agreement on proposed legislation governing pipelines and eminent domain, leaving the issue to be worked out another time.
State Sen. Robert Duncan, R-Lubbock, said he tried — but failed — to broker an agreement that would balance private property rights and companies’ ability to efficiently and legally lay pipelines.
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