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16 — Justice Antonin Scalia, who died unexpectedly Feb. His opinions touched on a number of environmental law issues, ranging from the jurisdictional reach of the Clean Water Act to the Environmental Protection Agency's authority under the Clean Air Act.
13 while on vacation at a West Texas resort, authored nearly two dozen majority opinions and a dozen dissents in environmental law cases during his 30 years on the U. But Scalia's most significant impact on environmental law is his contribution to standing and administrative law jurisprudence, legal scholars told Bloomberg BNA.
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