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Unanimous Supreme Court rules USFWS can’t designate potential habitat as ESA “critical habitat”

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a federal appeals court to take a new look at a fight over private land in Louisiana that’s been designated a critical habitat for a tiny frog.


In an 8-0 ruling, the court said the Endangered Species Act allows the government to designate private land as “critical habitat” for endangered species only if it is a habitat for species. 


https://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/418419-supreme-court-rules-for-land-owners-in-dispute-over-critical-habitat

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