Supreme Court Lines Up Environmental Cases for April Arguments

March 12, 2021, 6:40 PM

The Supreme Court will be busy fielding environmental issues next month, with arguments scheduled in closely watched cases involving chemical contamination, renewable fuels, and a natural gas pipeline.

The high court on Friday released its April calendar, lining up all three of this term’s remaining environmental cases for the last week of the month. First up is Guam v. United States on April 26. The case involves the federal Superfund law, and whether the U.S. government should foot the $160 million cleanup bill for a landfill leaking toxic chemicals.

The justices will hear HollyFrontier Cheyenne Refining v. Renewable Fuels...

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