Appeals panel reacts tepidly to anti-freeway arguments

An Arizona Department of Transportation rendering of a section of the 22-mile South Mountain freeway.

By Paul Maryniak |  Ahwatukee Foothills News

Lawyers for South Mountain Freeway opponents appeared to receive a tepid response to their arguments from a three-judge federal appellate court panel at a hearing last week.

Attorneys for Ahwatukee-based Protect Arizona’s Resources and Children and the Gila River Indian Community made their case in just over 25 minutes on Oct. 19 at a hearing in San Francisco before the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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