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How a Supreme Court case about an Idaho couple could affect Wisconsin’s wetlands and waterways

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Justices heard oral arguments Monday in Sackett v. EPA. The case involves a couple's efforts to build a home on their property near Priest Lake in Idaho. The EPA contends the property contains wetlands that are protected under the Clean Water Act. If the court rules for the Sacketts, a patchwork of state protections would take place.
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How a Supreme Court case about an Idaho couple could affect Wisconsin’s wetlands and waterways

If the court rules for the Sacketts, swaths of the country's wetlands could lose protections under the Clean Water Act.

2 months ago·Milwaukee, United States
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How a Supreme Court case about an Idaho couple could affect Wisconsin's wetlands and waterways

If the court rules for the Sacketts, swaths of the country's wetlands could lose protections under the Clean Water Act.

2 months ago
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How a Supreme Court case about an Idaho couple could affect Wisconsin's wetlands and waterways

If the court rules for the Sacketts, swaths of the country's wetlands could lose protections under the Clean Water Act.

2 months ago
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