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A Ninth Circuit panel Monday vacated a District Court partial summary judgment in a 2018 lawsuit Inland Empire Waterkeeper filed against Corona Clay under the Clean Water Act, alleging the following: Corona illegally discharged pollutants into the navigable waters of the United States, failed to monitor that discharge as required by its permit and violated the conditions of the permit by failing to report violations.

The panel ruled that the jury instructions had not factored in a recent relevant Supreme Court ruling, so the case is remanded for further proceedings.

The plaintiffs were nonprofit organizations with a mission to protect water quality and aquatic resources in the watersheds and coastal waters of

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