Feds get slammed by courts in WOTUS jurisdiction case

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of Hawkes, setting a precedent that landowners may challenge the Corps’ jurisdictional determinations. The case was then remanded back to the district court for a final decision on the facts, which found the Corps failed to prove that a WOTUS was present on Hawkes’ land. Landowner wins case against Army Corps of Engineers Northern Ag. […]

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Judge restricts BLM access in Red River case, but not completely

The federal judge overseeing the case of Texas landowners and others against the Bureau of Land Management made a mixed ruling Sunday that grants access to land by the federal agency, but with restrictions. Judge Rules on Red River Access The federal judge overseeing the case of Texas landowners and others against the Bureau of Land Management made a mixed […]

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