Administrative law judge issues order against Empire's proposed merger

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The ALJ ruled that Empire and UtiliCorp's proposed regulatory plan should not be approved. In addition, the ALJ stated that he was unable to separate the application for approval of the merger and the proposed regulatory plan, and he therefore could not conclude that the merger was consistent with the public interest, the standard for merger approval in Arkansas. Empire and UtiliCorp jointly plan to file an objection to the ALJ's decision.

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