Friends of the Everglades v. South Florida Water Management DistrictPetition for certiorari denied on November 29, 2010
|Docket No.||Op. Below||Argument||Opinion||Vote||Author||Term|
|10-196||11th Cir.||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||OT 2010|
Issue: Whether all waters of the United States may be treated as a â€œunitaryâ€ whole for purposes of the Act's provisions requiring permits for point source discharges, so that transferring pollutants from one distinct water body to another does not constitute an â€œadditionâ€ of the pollutants to navigable waters and therefore does not require a permit.
Briefs and Documents
- Opinion below (11th Circuit)
- Petition for certiorari
- Brief for United States Sugar Corporation in opposition
- Brief for the United States in opposition
- Brief for the South Florida Water Management District and Carol Wehle in opposition
- Petitioners' reply
- Amicus brief for the Sierra Club
- Amicus brief for the Town of Grant Lake, Colorado et al.
- Amicus brief for Colorado, et al.
- Amicus brief for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
- Amicus brief for the City and County of Denver, Acting by and through its Board of Water Commissioners, et al.
- Amicus brief for the City of New York
- Amicus brief for the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association and Florida Farm Bureau Federation
- Supplemental brief for the United States Sugar Corporation
- Supplemental brief for the South Florida Water Management District and Carol Wehle