Supreme Court Rules 7–2, Deals Heavy Blow To Radical Dems

Supreme Court Jus­tice Amy Coney Bar­rett authored her first rul­ing since join­ing the Court back in Octo­ber and she deliv­ered a heavy blow to a left-wing envi­ron­men­tal group.

In the 7–2 rul­ing, the jus­tices sided with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser­vice, thwart­ing the Sier­ra Club’s bid to obtain doc­u­ments con­cern­ing a reg­u­la­tion final­ized in 2014 relat­ing to pow­er plants.

“The Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act (FOIA) requires that fed­er­al agen­cies make records avail­able to the pub­lic upon request unless those records fall with­in one of nine exemp­tions. Exemp­tion 5 incor­po­rates the priv­i­leges avail­able to Gov­ern­ment agen­cies in civ­il lit­i­ga­tion, such as the delib­er­a­tive process priv­i­lege, attor­ney-client priv­i­lege, and attor­ney work-prod­uct priv­i­lege,” Bar­rett wrote.

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