Supreme Court Scales Back EPA Power 

The unanimous decision is a win for property rights.  This week, the Supreme Court restricted the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers…

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Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Clean Water Rule

Questions administration’s interpretation of the Clean Water Act. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland ordered President Biden’s administration to temporarily suspend a specific implementation of the Clean Water Act…

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House Votes to Overturn Clean Water Rule 

Representatives say the rule was government overreach.  President Biden’s administration had issued a “Water of the United States” (WOTUS) rule relating to “navigable waters” under the Clean Water…

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DOJ Releases 2021 Environmental Accomplishments

Environment and Natural Resources Division oversaw 4,000 matters. In commemoration of Earth Day, the Justice Department released the accomplishments made in the Fiscal Year 2021 by their Environment…

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Fish and Wildlife Service Executes Rare Emergency Motion

Temporarily declares Dixie Valley toad endangered. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced last week that they have issued an emergency declaration to mark the Dixie Valley…

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Army Corp Supports Flood-Control Pumps

Report favors businesses over environmentalists.  On Friday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued another report that took a neutral stance on the use of flood-control pumps than…

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