Justices skeptical of Park Service's power to regulate private and state property

Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in Sturgeon v. Frost, in which the issue is whether the National Park Service can regulate activity on property … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

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Justices skeptical of Park Service's power to regulate private and state property

Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in Sturgeon v. Frost, in which the issue is whether the National Park Service can regulate activity on property … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

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Justices skeptical of Park Service's power to regulate private and state property

Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in Sturgeon v. Frost, in which the issue is whether the National Park Service can regulate activity on property … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

Justices skeptical of Park Service's power to regulate private and state property

Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in Sturgeon v. Frost, in which the issue is whether the National Park Service can regulate activity on property … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›