January 13, 2012

Taking Stock of the Sackett v. EPA Case

Jonathan Walters, Governing Magazine


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On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Sackett v. EPA, a case destined to join the ranks of key land use regulation decisions known to the land use hip as “takings” cases, and one that could end up significantly hampering the EPA’s power to protect the environment. . .

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