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Ashley Peck Discusses Questions Supreme Court Justices May Ask in Upcoming Clean Water Act Case

Ashley Peck is quoted in an E&E News article titled "5 things to know about tomorrow's Supreme Court face-off," published November 5, 2019.

It's the Supreme Court showdown that almost didn't happen.

After months of wrangling between local officials over whether to settle the case, justices for the nation's highest court are poised to hear arguments tomorrow in County of Maui v. Hawai'i Wildlife Fund, a heated debate over the scope of the Clean Water Act.

"We'll be hearing a lot of questions about the extent to which a hydrological connection is required," said Holland & Hart LLP partner Ashley Peck, who is tracking the case on behalf of her industrial clients. "The question is where does the line get drawn?"

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