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Chantelle and Mike Sackett talk about their case after their property rights case was heard by the Supreme Court the year before.

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Judge pauses new Biden WOTUS rule
April 14, 2023 1 a.m.

Judge pauses new Biden WOTUS rule

Legal definition of waters of the United States has been the subject of fierce debate for years

A federal judge in North Dakota on Wednesday blocked in 24 states the Biden administration’s newly effective definition of waters that can be regulated under the Clean Water Act. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland, a George W. Bush appointee on retired status in the North Dakota District, issued a preliminary injunction in a case two dozen Republican state attorneys general brought against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers.

Wetlands case tops court agenda
October 2, 2022 1 a.m.

Wetlands case tops court agenda

A new justice at the U.S. Supreme Court, and an Idaho case up first

Idaho case challenges definition of ‘waters of the United States,’ which delineates which wetlands federal government can regulate under Clean Water Act

Sacketts appeal wetlands ruling on property
June 1, 2019 1 a.m.

Sacketts appeal wetlands ruling on property

BOISE (AP) — A northern Idaho couple whose lawsuit against the U.S Environmental Protection Agency was kept alive by a U.S. Supreme Court decision has filed an appeal after losing that lawsuit in U.S. District Court.