Koster's legal team argued the Corps' action would violate Missouri's Clean Water Act and cause "certain damage" to the state and its people.
I'm hoping the judge will be fair and do the right thing. After all, lives, that's the key point. Lives are at stake."
Judge Stephen Limbaugh took the motion under advisement just after 7 p.m. Thursday, and Koster says the judge has a tough call to make.
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