Tag:Wyoming

Corner Crossing is a Legal Gray Area in Colorado and Many Western States

Corner crossing is a way to access public lands surrounded by private lands, but it’s unclear if the practice steps around trespass law.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Doctor’s Appeal of 10th Circuit Decision

The U.S. Supreme Court heard two appeals over what prosecutors must prove to convict doctors under the CSA.

Treasure Hunt Ends in the 10th Circuit

More than three years after an ill-fated day of treasure hunting, the 10th Circuit upheld a man’s conviction for disorderly conduct.

Colorado Farmer’s Suit Joins Others Claiming Race Discrimination in COVID Relief

The Mountain States Legal Foundation, a conservative nonprofit public interest law firm, is handling several cases including one in Colorado alleging that emergency COVID funds for farmers and ranchers are racially discriminatory — against whites.

Supreme Court Passes On States’ Spat Over Columbia River Coal Export Terminal

On June 28, the Supreme Court denied a request by Montana and Wyoming to sue Washington over state authority to block a coal export terminal.

Federal Court Fights Over Fossil Fuel Leasing Pause Near Crescendo

Two federal courts will soon decide whether to block President Joe Biden’s move to hold up federal oil and gas leasing.

Supreme Court Closes Term with Environmental Law Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court closed its 2020-2021 oral argument calendar by hearing three environmental disputes