Crucial environmental case heard by Supreme Court

Hawkes case potentially precedent-setting on whether wetland regulators can deny landowners their day in court.

On Wednesday, March 30, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) case, United States Army Corps of Engineers vs. Hawkes Co. Inc, a potentially precedent-setting case that asks whether landowners may “go to court” if their property is labeled as “wetlands” subject to the federal Clean Water Act. This will also be the first ma

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