SCOTUS has formally set dates for WOTUS and Prop-12

The Supreme Court formally set dates for two important ag cases.

They will take up an important Waters of the U.S. rule and the challenge to Prop-12 in early October.

The WOTUS rule centers around the Sackett family in Idaho, whose home renovation came to a grinding halt when EPA designated a ditch on their property as a wetland.

The court is also deciding whether to take up a challenge by Monsanto-Bayer, regarding a $25 million verdict against Roundup.

We could know Monday if justices accept that case.

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