Cases on Clean Water Act and Voting Rights Act will headline October oral arguments

Posted on AllSides June 14th, 2022
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With two dozen cases from its 2021-22 term still undecided, the Supreme Court on Tuesday released the first argument calendar for its 2022-23 term. During the argument session that begins on Oct. 3, the justices will hear oral argument in important cases involving issues such as voting rights, the Clean Water Act, and a challenge to a California animal-welfare law.

The justices will kick off the argument session with Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, the case of an Idaho couple who have been prohibited from building a home on land they own near Priest...

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