SCOTUS to hear Superfund case

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The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today in a case centered on Superfund liability.

Agency documents show that a panel of scientific advisers picked by EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler tilted in favor of industry experts over academics.

The Energy Department has a new secretary. The Senate confirmed Dan Brouillette on Monday to replace Rick Perry.

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