Ruling protects wilderness qualities and rare plants from harmful drilling
You don't own parts of our national parks just because you say so.
A federal judge rules that using Lake O as a polluted water reservoir is illegal without a federal permit.
A judge has tossed out a biological opinion where political considerations prevailed over science.
The Florida Public Service Commission refuses to approve a permit for a huge new coal-fired power plant near the Everglades.
An industry attempt to overturn tough ozone regulations is rejected by the DC Court of Appeals.
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