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Greens plot ESA lawsuit over Trump's WOTUS rule
A coalition of conservation groups yesterday told the federal government they stand ready to launch a legal challenge against the Trump administration's revamped protections for waterways and wetlands.
Justices: Citgo must pay for oil spill
The Supreme Court today determined an oil refiner is responsible for $140 million in damages from a 2004 spill in the Delaware River.
How COVID-19 could transform the courts
A few weeks ago, Tanya Sanerib was preparing for a cross-country trip to present her client's case in a legal battle over African elephant and lion hunting trophies.
Minn. law facing Trump opposition survives legal challenge
A federal appeals court yesterday reaffirmed a Minnesota law that gives utilities first dibs on building and maintaining power lines that connect to existing facilities.
Greens seek to resurrect power plant, Navajo mine dispute
Environmental groups are asking the Supreme Court to give them another shot at challenging a coal-fired power plant and adjacent strip mine in New Mexico.