WASHINGTON — The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court will weigh in on a battle between the Environmental Protection Agency and a group of states and other municipalities challenging the breadth of a federal emissions reduction rule aimed at power ...Read More »
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the creation of a panel of independent experts to peer review the agency’s forthcoming report on the potential effect of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water.Read More »
A municipal storm sewer district does not discharge a pollutant for purposes of the Clean Water Act when water passes through a concrete channel constructed by the district within a navigable river. U.S. Supreme Court. Los Angeles County Flood Control ...Read More »
Laws that would broaden fracking – the controversial drilling practice that uses a mix of chemicals and water at high pressure to release natural gas deep under the surface – are facing environmental challenges in court.Read More »
Property owners may bring a civil action under the Administrative Procedure Act to challenge a compliance order issued by the Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to the Clean Water Act. U.S. Supreme Court. Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, No. 10-1062. March ...
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