The Supreme Court’s decision in Sackett v EPA, announced on May 25, 2023, was unanimous in that the EPA’s wetlands regulatory jurisdiction is limited to wetlands with a continuous surface connection to the waters ofContinue Reading Sackett ruling should erase the existing Waters of the U. S. rule, cattlemen say
The U.S. Supreme Court is unanimous in finding in favor of an Idaho couple who’ve tangled with the EPA for years over interpretations of the federal Clean Water Act. The Justices did produce competing opinions…Continue Reading Supreme Court finds EPA over-stepped its authority under Clean Water Act
This week is going to be remembered for another definition of the Waters of the United States, commonly known as WOTUS, being struck down by a federal court.
In this case, the U.S. District Court…Continue Reading All wait on the ‘Navigable Waters’ of the United States case by the Supreme Court
April 5 is the date of the first hearing for the many parties involved in a federal court challenge to a final rule posted this past December from EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers…Continue Reading First hearing set for challenge to new WOTUS rule by major private landowners