Boston Herald: EPA gets comeuppance

“The Idaho case is not the only instance of EPA power-grabbing that needs correction, something Congress too rarely provides.”

The Boston Herald editorializes:

A unanimous Supreme Court decision in a controversial case is rare and ought to command attention. The court has rightly rebuked the Environmental Protection Agency for trying to keep an Idaho couple from appealing an order not to build on their own land…

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  1. The ruling chastizes the EPA, but not for the land grab. It condemns the EPA for attempting to deny the appellants a Right to Petition for Redress of Greivances.
    Protecting the bureaucracy is a secondary consideration to the protection of the First Amendment Rights every elected official needs to exercise prolifically to get re-elected.

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