Water case offers a window into Barrett's jurisprudence
A low-profile 2018 Clean Water Act case could offer clues into how President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett would rule on environmental issues.
When William Perry Pendley started work today, he did so as something other than the Bureau of Land Management's leader for the first time in 427 days.
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