Supreme Court

High Court Gets New Bid To Consider CWA Pollution Liability

Two Tennessee-based environmental groups have asked the Supreme Court to decide whether the federal Clean Water Act applies to pollution introduced into navigable waters through groundwater systems, pointing out that the justices are already considering the same issue in another case…

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Justices Won’t Hear Arguments In Citizenship Question Case

The U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear oral arguments over evidentiary disputes in a case related to the Trump administration’s inclusion of a question about citizenship status on the 2020 census, according to a Friday docket entry…

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Feds OK’d To Argue In Oracle, Rimini Copyright Costs Row

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday said it would allow the federal government to participate in oral arguments in a copyright dispute between tech companies Oracle Corp. and Rimini Street Inc. that could clear up a circuit split over how costs are awarded in such cases…

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