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88 FR 37490

FWS proposed to list the swale paintbrush as endangered under the ESA.

88 FR 37266

BLM withdrew approximately 336,404.42 acres of public lands surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park from location and entry under U.S. mining laws and from leasing under mineral leasing laws, but not mineral materials laws, subject to valid existing rights, to protect these public lands and the greater connected landscape with a rich Puebloan, Tribal Nation, and cultural legacy in San Juan, Sandoval, and McKinley counties, New Mexico, for a period of 20 years.

88 FR 36962

SIP Approval: Wisconsin (revisions related to volatile organic compound reasonably available control technology requirements for the Miscellaneous Industrial Adhesives and Miscellaneous Metal and Plastic Parts Coatings Control Techniques Guidelines source categories).

Juliana v. United States

A district court granted a group of youths' motion for leave to file a second amended complaint in a lawsuit alleging the U.S. government failed to act on climate change and violated their right to a safe climate. The youths had argued that the government violated their constitutional rights under t...

Western Watersheds Project v. Haaland

The Tenth Circuit affirmed in part and reversed in part dismissal of a challenge to the Forest Service's approval of grazing permits in Bridger-Teton National Forest that authorized the "lethal take" of grizzly bears. Environmental groups challenged the approval, arguing FWS violated the ESA because...

Sierra Club v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

The D.C. Circuit granted in part environmental groups' petitions to review FERC orders allowing the Mountain Valley Pipeline project to proceed. The groups argued FERC erred by allowing construction to resume before the pipeline owner reacquired all its other permits, that constructing segments of t...

Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency

The U.S. Supreme Court held that the CWA extends to only those "wetlands with a continuous surface connection to bodies that are 'waters of the United States' in their own right," such that they are indistinguishable from those waters, in a challenge to an EPA compliance order stating that landowner...