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Sackett v. EPA Six Months Out: A Wide-Ranging Effect With an Uncertain Significance
The Thomas M. Cooley Law Review (2013)
  • Colin W. Maguire
Abstract

This case note examines the Supreme Court's unanimous ruling in Sackett v. EPA, and how it has a displayed a broader effect on agency law than we might have suspected. On the environmental side, there is potential for significance, especially in the Sixth Circuit. Yet, the EPA is generally operating under the same rules. Does this case force us to reconsider Rapanos as Justice Alito suggests? Perhaps, but we are not yet sure where the ramifications of this decision will end.

Publication Date
Winter 2013
Citation Information
Colin W. Maguire. "Sackett v. EPA Six Months Out: A Wide-Ranging Effect With an Uncertain Significance" The Thomas M. Cooley Law Review Vol. 30 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/colin_maguire/12/