Congress questions EPA about Andy Johnson's stock pond

Several weeks ago, the New York Times ran a front page article about the Andy Johnson’s stock pond and the EPA compliance order threatening him with more than $16 million … ›

Is Chief Justice Roberts anti-environment?

To honor Chief Justice Robert’s first decade on the Supreme Court — more like castigate him — the Constitutional Accountability Center has released a series of papers on the court’s … ›

EPA & enviros decide that suit against poultry farmer is for the birds

As we reported last month, the EPA has abandoned its case against a West Virginia poultry farmer for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act. Last week, environmental groups followed … ›

US Senator Vitter features PLF's Duarte case on Environment and Public Works Committee blog

Today United States Senator Vitter (R-La), Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, featured PLF’s case on behalf of John Duarte and Duarte Nursery against the Corps … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF comments on EPA's strategic plan

Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation submitted our comments on EPA’s draft Strategic Plan for 2014.  The most interesting part of this document is the agency’s plan to reduce the number … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

Positive change at EPA?

Last month, EPA released a draft strategic plan that anticipates reducing inspections by about one-third and civil enforcement cases by a little more than 20%.  The environmental community is alarmed, … ›

A response to a Sackett critique

In Sackett’s Limit,  Nathaniel Johnson argues that the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Sackett v. EPA, which holds that EPA compliance orders issued under the Clean Water Act are … ›

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Congress questions EPA about Andy Johnson's stock pond

Several weeks ago, the New York Times ran a front page article about the Andy Johnson’s stock pond and the EPA compliance order threatening him with more than $16 million … ›

Is Chief Justice Roberts anti-environment?

To honor Chief Justice Robert’s first decade on the Supreme Court — more like castigate him — the Constitutional Accountability Center has released a series of papers on the court’s … ›

EPA & enviros decide that suit against poultry farmer is for the birds

As we reported last month, the EPA has abandoned its case against a West Virginia poultry farmer for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act. Last week, environmental groups followed … ›

US Senator Vitter features PLF's Duarte case on Environment and Public Works Committee blog

Today United States Senator Vitter (R-La), Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, featured PLF’s case on behalf of John Duarte and Duarte Nursery against the Corps … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF comments on EPA's strategic plan

Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation submitted our comments on EPA’s draft Strategic Plan for 2014.  The most interesting part of this document is the agency’s plan to reduce the number … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

Positive change at EPA?

Last month, EPA released a draft strategic plan that anticipates reducing inspections by about one-third and civil enforcement cases by a little more than 20%.  The environmental community is alarmed, … ›

A response to a Sackett critique

In Sackett’s Limit,  Nathaniel Johnson argues that the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Sackett v. EPA, which holds that EPA compliance orders issued under the Clean Water Act are … ›

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Congress questions EPA about Andy Johnson's stock pond

Several weeks ago, the New York Times ran a front page article about the Andy Johnson’s stock pond and the EPA compliance order threatening him with more than $16 million … ›

Is Chief Justice Roberts anti-environment?

To honor Chief Justice Robert’s first decade on the Supreme Court — more like castigate him — the Constitutional Accountability Center has released a series of papers on the court’s … ›

EPA & enviros decide that suit against poultry farmer is for the birds

As we reported last month, the EPA has abandoned its case against a West Virginia poultry farmer for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act. Last week, environmental groups followed … ›

US Senator Vitter features PLF's Duarte case on Environment and Public Works Committee blog

Today United States Senator Vitter (R-La), Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, featured PLF’s case on behalf of John Duarte and Duarte Nursery against the Corps … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF comments on EPA's strategic plan

Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation submitted our comments on EPA’s draft Strategic Plan for 2014.  The most interesting part of this document is the agency’s plan to reduce the number … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

Positive change at EPA?

Last month, EPA released a draft strategic plan that anticipates reducing inspections by about one-third and civil enforcement cases by a little more than 20%.  The environmental community is alarmed, … ›

A response to a Sackett critique

In Sackett’s Limit,  Nathaniel Johnson argues that the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Sackett v. EPA, which holds that EPA compliance orders issued under the Clean Water Act are … ›

Congress questions EPA about Andy Johnson's stock pond

Several weeks ago, the New York Times ran a front page article about the Andy Johnson’s stock pond and the EPA compliance order threatening him with more than $16 million … ›

Is Chief Justice Roberts anti-environment?

To honor Chief Justice Robert’s first decade on the Supreme Court — more like castigate him — the Constitutional Accountability Center has released a series of papers on the court’s … ›

EPA & enviros decide that suit against poultry farmer is for the birds

As we reported last month, the EPA has abandoned its case against a West Virginia poultry farmer for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act. Last week, environmental groups followed … ›

US Senator Vitter features PLF's Duarte case on Environment and Public Works Committee blog

Today United States Senator Vitter (R-La), Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, featured PLF’s case on behalf of John Duarte and Duarte Nursery against the Corps … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF comments on EPA's strategic plan

Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation submitted our comments on EPA’s draft Strategic Plan for 2014.  The most interesting part of this document is the agency’s plan to reduce the number … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

Positive change at EPA?

Last month, EPA released a draft strategic plan that anticipates reducing inspections by about one-third and civil enforcement cases by a little more than 20%.  The environmental community is alarmed, … ›

A response to a Sackett critique

In Sackett’s Limit,  Nathaniel Johnson argues that the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Sackett v. EPA, which holds that EPA compliance orders issued under the Clean Water Act are … ›