Agenda 21: Sackett v EPA Case on Supreme Court Docket Tomorrow

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In 2005 Mike and Chantell Sackett purchased a vacant lot in a fully built-out portion of property along the shores of Priest Lake, in northern Idaho, with the ideas of building a modest 3-bedroom home. In 2007, they started work, but were forced to stop when the EPA claimed they were filling a wetland without a permit.

Idaho wetlands fight lands in Supreme Court

An Idaho couple’s dream home will be the center of a legal storm Monday at the Supreme Court.
For homebuilders, farmers and major corporations, the case called Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency resonates well beyond one person’s ambitions or even the wetlands protections specifically at issue. Business groups reckon the case can help roll back federal regulations along a broader front.
“The Clean Water Act has, in short, become a tool for regulators to micromanage even the most routine decisions of farmers and ranchers,” attorney Mark Stancil wrote in a brief filed for the American Farm Bureau Federation.    Full Story
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0 responses to “Agenda 21: Sackett v EPA Case on Supreme Court Docket Tomorrow

  1. 0-bama & his EPA need to stop giving all our prime buildable land to China, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, and Turkey.

     
  2. Please keep us informed on the Supreme Court’s ruling on this case, Grannie!

     
  3. We need to work on real infrastructure platform projects that will include water management and fund the Army Corps on Engineers to carry out their responsibilities and give FEMA the financing they need to complete their commitments as well as helping the farmers to get back on their feet after the floods, drought and fire that wrought so much damage this past year. We will be facing a global famine and mass population deaths if we don’t gag and shackle these red tape fiends. Birthers, 25th Amendmenters, impeachers, to the battlefield!
    The Sword of the Lord and Us!!!!!!!!!!!

     

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