The Hill : The Supreme Court should rebuke the EPA’s unconstitutional lawmaking

February 22, 2022 | By PAIGE GILLIARD

In a recent article, former Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator Susan Parker Bodine recalls rebuffing a proposed rule that would have required local communities to obtain a costly Clean Water Act permit to transfer their sewage to larger, consolidated municipal treatment systems for treatment and discharge. When Bodine confronte ...


Why do some cases go before the Supreme Court twice?

February 15, 2022 | By PAIGE GILLIARD

After a 15-year legal battle with the federal government, the Sackett family will finally get their day at the Supreme Court … again.  The Supreme Court is often viewed as the “end of the road” for a case. The reality, however, is much more complicated, as Sackett v. EPA shows.   The Sacketts have been in … ...