Liam Kelly. Table of Contents :. Currently, a large wood fired power plant is operating in an economically depressed community outside Flint, Michigan. This facility incinerates wood waste to generate electricity for sale to the Consumer Power Company. In addition, the community is predominantly comprised of people of color, and of people with low incomes. Any situation where a group of people must endure more than their share of negative environmental consequences constitutes an environmental injustice.
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Rick SITZ, et al. Petitioners, the Michigan State Police Department and its Director, established a highway sobriety checkpoint program with guidelines governing checkpoint operations, site selection, and publicity. During the only operation to date, vehicles passed through the checkpoint, the average delay per vehicle was 25 seconds, and two drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. The day before that operation, respondents, licensed Michigan drivers, filed suit in a county court seeking declaratory and injunctive relief from potential subjection to the checkpoints.