Environmental Issues: U.S. Law & Policy
All Documents in U.S. Law & Policy Tagged federal judges
- Hostile Environment: How Activist Judges Threaten Our Air, Water, and Land
- Several federal judges have placed their own political agenda above the clear mandates of our environmental laws, ignoring congressional statutes and legal precedent, and putting new hurdles in the way of environmental regulators and citizens who would sue polluters. This July 2001 report tracks these developments, and charges that appointing activist judges to the bench could signal a death sentence for many environmental protections.
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