EPA

Splish/Splash: No Original Subject Matter Jurisdiction Over EPA’s Water Transfer Rule

In a decision with potentially broad implications, the Eleventh Circuit recently concluded that it lacked original subject matter jurisdiction over petitions for review of an EPA rule which freed federal, state and municipal agencies from obtaining a Clean Water Act permit for certain water transfers.  In Friends of the Everglades v. EPA, the Circuit Court …

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Eight Isn’t Enough: American Farm Bureau Permitted to Intervene In WV Poultry Dust Suit against EPA

On October 9, 2012, a federal judge in Elkins, West Virginia, issued an order allowing the American Farm Bureau Federation and the West Virginia Farm Bureau (Farm Bureau) to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a West Virginia poultry producer against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Alt v. EPA.  The Farm Bureau’s intervention will result …

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