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Analysis | Appalachian Trail pipeline case could (literally) undermine NP protections, some say

When is a hiking trail not the same as the land it sits on?


That’s a question before the Supreme Court, which last week heard oral arguments concerning the siting of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a $5.1 billion project that, if completed, would transport over a billion cubic feet of gas each day from West Virginia to North Carolina. The arguments were the latest in five years of legal snags for the project that has pitted two federal agencies against each other in a battle over jurisdiction and administrative oversight of federal lands.


https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/03/03/pipeline-safeguards-federal-parks-118941

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