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• Declined to review an order that a 1950s war-memorial cross be taken down from public land on the San Diego coast. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled the 29-foot Mount Soledad cross, which also features walls displaying more than 2,000 commemorative veterans plaques, was a government establishment of religion.

• Agreed to hear an appeal of a 9th Circuit ruling that said mud runoff from logging roads constitutes “pollution.” The court ordered the federal Environmental Protection Agency to regulate such mud to protect salmon in streams.

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