It's not just abortion: What's at stake as Supreme Court begins new term

Oct 04, 2022 View Original Article
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52% : The conservative-majority court - with three justices appointed by Donald Trump - also will consider cases involving environmental protections, LGBT+ rights, immigration, affirmative action and Indian sovereignty.
49% : Sackett v EPA involves the Clean Water Act, and brings a 14-year-old legal battle to the high court to ask where the federal agency's reach comes to an end.
49% : A ruling in favour of the plaintiffs could open the door for pollution massive development projects on and near the nation's fragile wetlands, and contaminate the interconnected streams and waterways that are otherwise protected from the impacts of mining, oil and gas and other industries.
35% :The first case of the Supreme Court's fall term is another major environmental test in the wake of last term's West Virginia v Environmental Protection Agency, which dealt a significant blow to government efforts to combat the climate crisis by ruling that Congress did not explicitly empower the Environmental Protection Agency to issue sweeping regulations under the Clean Air Act.

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