Supreme Court Closes Term with Environmental Law Cases

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Correction: This article was updated on May 7 to correct the title for Husch Blackwell associate Joseph Diedrich. The U.S. Supreme Court closed its 2020-2021 oral argument calendar by hearing disputes about hazardous waste cleanup on a U.S. Pacific island territory, the meaning of a word in a statute regulating biofuels content in gasoline, and a planned East Coast fossil fuels pipeline that would cross protected state lands. Superfund Statute of Limitations The week’s trio of environment-related disputes began with a longstanding battle over financial liability for a hazardous waste du

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