Former White House counsel Harriet Miers once aspired to serve on the Supreme Court, a bid that failed in 2005. Now, back in private practice, she’s angling to argue a case before the high court.

Miers, nominated to the Supreme Court by President George W. Bush, filed a certiorari petition May 22 in a dispute about whether state and local governments have authority to tax natural gas that is held temporarily in storage in an interstate pipeline system.

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