WASHINGTON, DC - United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia criticises the E-P-A for what he calls "high-handedness." His comments came during oral arguments Monday in the case of Sackett versus the Environmental Protection Agency.
The case involves a north Idaho couple, barred from building a home because the EPA has classified their property as a protected wetland. The landowners contend they've been denied due process.
For Chantell and Mike Sackett, this day was the culmination of four years in limbo.