The Supreme Court justices on Wednesday seemed receptive to government arguments that a coalition of environmental groups lacked standing to bring a challenge to U.S. Forest Service regulations because their claims were not tied to a specific site or project. "They are just people interested in forests throughout the United States," Justice Antonin Scalia said. "That's quite different from saying, 'I am about to suffer harm, imminent harm, to me.'"
Supreme Court Argument Report: Environmental Groups Out on a Limb?
October 9, 2008