Our fight with EPA: Andy Johnson's story in his own words

As we reported yesterday, Andy Johnson’s case challenging an illegal compliance order demanding he rip out his stock pond on pain of tens of millions in potential fines has settled. … ›

Settlement in Wyoming stock pond case

The Johnson family’s long ordeal with EPA, concerning their construction of an environmentally-friendly stock pond on their private property, is finally over. After ordering Andy Johnson to remove the pond, … ›

PLF challenges EPA's threat of massive fines against innocent property owner for improving the environment

Andy Johnson owns eight acres of land in Fort Bridger, Wyoming, where he’s made his family’s home and raises livestock. A small stream crosses his property and provides water for … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Will EPA faithfully implement Sackett v. EPA?

You’ll recall the brouhaha begun a few months ago when a senior EPA official was quoted as saying that it would be “same old, same old” at the agency irrespective of … ›

Will Sackett v. EPA change the agency's practice?

One would have thought that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision holding that landowners have a right to sue EPA when the agency issues Clean Water Act compliance orders would have … ›

Sackett v. EPA: The real rest of the story

Last Thursday, E&E reporter Lawrence Hurley published this story on PLF’s landmark victory in Sackett v. EPA. The story is titled “Justice was blind to some facts in Idaho wetlands case,” … ›

Yes, we do want to make it harder for the EPA

Recent articles or quotes about Sackett v. EPA by environmentalists have foretold disaster if the Sacketts win their case against the EPA. To them, landowners should not be able to haul … ›

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Our fight with EPA: Andy Johnson's story in his own words

As we reported yesterday, Andy Johnson’s case challenging an illegal compliance order demanding he rip out his stock pond on pain of tens of millions in potential fines has settled. … ›

Settlement in Wyoming stock pond case

The Johnson family’s long ordeal with EPA, concerning their construction of an environmentally-friendly stock pond on their private property, is finally over. After ordering Andy Johnson to remove the pond, … ›

PLF challenges EPA's threat of massive fines against innocent property owner for improving the environment

Andy Johnson owns eight acres of land in Fort Bridger, Wyoming, where he’s made his family’s home and raises livestock. A small stream crosses his property and provides water for … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Will EPA faithfully implement Sackett v. EPA?

You’ll recall the brouhaha begun a few months ago when a senior EPA official was quoted as saying that it would be “same old, same old” at the agency irrespective of … ›

Will Sackett v. EPA change the agency's practice?

One would have thought that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision holding that landowners have a right to sue EPA when the agency issues Clean Water Act compliance orders would have … ›

Sackett v. EPA: The real rest of the story

Last Thursday, E&E reporter Lawrence Hurley published this story on PLF’s landmark victory in Sackett v. EPA. The story is titled “Justice was blind to some facts in Idaho wetlands case,” … ›

Yes, we do want to make it harder for the EPA

Recent articles or quotes about Sackett v. EPA by environmentalists have foretold disaster if the Sacketts win their case against the EPA. To them, landowners should not be able to haul … ›

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Our fight with EPA: Andy Johnson's story in his own words

As we reported yesterday, Andy Johnson’s case challenging an illegal compliance order demanding he rip out his stock pond on pain of tens of millions in potential fines has settled. … ›

Settlement in Wyoming stock pond case

The Johnson family’s long ordeal with EPA, concerning their construction of an environmentally-friendly stock pond on their private property, is finally over. After ordering Andy Johnson to remove the pond, … ›

PLF challenges EPA's threat of massive fines against innocent property owner for improving the environment

Andy Johnson owns eight acres of land in Fort Bridger, Wyoming, where he’s made his family’s home and raises livestock. A small stream crosses his property and provides water for … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Will EPA faithfully implement Sackett v. EPA?

You’ll recall the brouhaha begun a few months ago when a senior EPA official was quoted as saying that it would be “same old, same old” at the agency irrespective of … ›

Will Sackett v. EPA change the agency's practice?

One would have thought that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision holding that landowners have a right to sue EPA when the agency issues Clean Water Act compliance orders would have … ›

Sackett v. EPA: The real rest of the story

Last Thursday, E&E reporter Lawrence Hurley published this story on PLF’s landmark victory in Sackett v. EPA. The story is titled “Justice was blind to some facts in Idaho wetlands case,” … ›

Yes, we do want to make it harder for the EPA

Recent articles or quotes about Sackett v. EPA by environmentalists have foretold disaster if the Sacketts win their case against the EPA. To them, landowners should not be able to haul … ›

Our fight with EPA: Andy Johnson's story in his own words

As we reported yesterday, Andy Johnson’s case challenging an illegal compliance order demanding he rip out his stock pond on pain of tens of millions in potential fines has settled. … ›

Settlement in Wyoming stock pond case

The Johnson family’s long ordeal with EPA, concerning their construction of an environmentally-friendly stock pond on their private property, is finally over. After ordering Andy Johnson to remove the pond, … ›

PLF challenges EPA's threat of massive fines against innocent property owner for improving the environment

Andy Johnson owns eight acres of land in Fort Bridger, Wyoming, where he’s made his family’s home and raises livestock. A small stream crosses his property and provides water for … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Will EPA faithfully implement Sackett v. EPA?

You’ll recall the brouhaha begun a few months ago when a senior EPA official was quoted as saying that it would be “same old, same old” at the agency irrespective of … ›

Will Sackett v. EPA change the agency's practice?

One would have thought that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision holding that landowners have a right to sue EPA when the agency issues Clean Water Act compliance orders would have … ›

Sackett v. EPA: The real rest of the story

Last Thursday, E&E reporter Lawrence Hurley published this story on PLF’s landmark victory in Sackett v. EPA. The story is titled “Justice was blind to some facts in Idaho wetlands case,” … ›

Yes, we do want to make it harder for the EPA

Recent articles or quotes about Sackett v. EPA by environmentalists have foretold disaster if the Sacketts win their case against the EPA. To them, landowners should not be able to haul … ›