On March 26, 27 and 28, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the oral arguments in challenges to the health care law.
And Saturday, March 17 on C-SPAN Radio’s historic Supreme Court oral argument and cited in several of the pending health care challenges: From 1992, the consolidated case: “The state of New York and others, Petitioners v. the United States and others, Respondents.”
The Low-level Radioactive Waste Management Act amendments of 1985 required states alone or in compacts with other states to dispose of such radioactive waste within their borders. New York state and Allegany and Courtland counties were frustrated in their compliance efforts by resistance from residents to proposed radioactive waste sites and by a lack of cooperation from neighboring states. New York filed suit against the federal government, questioning the authority of Congress to regulate state waste management.
The audio and information in this program are courtesy of the Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.