Sackett v. EPA: How One Couple’s Battle Against the Feds Might Protect Your Land

Posted: March 7, 2012 in EPA, Uncategorized

he decision in the Supreme Court case Sackett v. EPA, due later this spring, could very well affect the meaning of property rights and due process in the United States. So how did a small-town couple from Northern Idaho ever become the center of such a momentous case? Reason.tv talked with the Sacketts and their attorney to find out.

Mike Sackett dreamed of building a home on Idaho’s Priest Lake ever since he camped there with friends in high school.

“I remember coming home, told my mom and dad that I was
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